Imagination and Logos: Essays on C. P. Cavafy Citation: Roilos, Panagiotis, ed. 2010. Imagination and Logos: Essays on C. P. Cavafy. Cambridge, MA: Department of the Classics, Harvard University, 299. Download Citation. BibTex; Tagged; XML; Abstract: This book explores diverse but complementary cross-disciplinary approaches to the poetics, intertexts, and impact of the work of C. P. Cavafy.
Imagination and Logos Citation: Roilos P ed. . intertexts, and influence of the work of C. P. Cavafy (Konstantinos Kavafis), one of the most important twentieth-century European poets. Written by leading international scholars in a number of disciplines (critical theory, gender studies, comparative literature, English studies, Greek studies, anthropology, classics), the essays of this.
Biography. Cavafy was born in 1863 in Alexandria, Egypt, to Greek parents, and was baptized into the Greek Orthodox Church.His father was a prosperous importer-exporter who had lived in England in earlier years and acquired British nationality. After his father died in 1870, Cavafy and his family settled for a while in Liverpool in England.In 1876, his family faced financial problems due to.Cavafy was born in 1863 in British nationality. After his father died in 1870, Cavafy and his family settled for a while in Liverpool in England.In 1876, his family faced financial problems due to the Long Depression of 1873, so, by 1877, they had to move back to Alexandria. In 1882, disturbances in Alexandria caused the family to move again, though temporarily, to Constantinople.In 1885, Cavafy returned to Alexandria, where he lived for the rest of his life. His first work was as a journalist; then he took a position with the British-run Egyptian Ministry of Public Works for thirty years. (Egypt was a British protectorate until 1926.) He published his poetry from 1891 to 1904 in the form of broadsheets, and only for his close friends. Any acclaim he was to receive.
Imagination and Logos: Essays on C. P. Cavafy Roilos, Panagiotis This book explores diverse but complementary interdisciplinary approaches to the poetics, intertexts, and influence of the work of C. P. Cavafy (Konstantinos Kavafis), one of the most important twentieth-century European poets.Read More
More specifically, the subjects, which arise from the archival treatment of the materials, are further divided into individual categories in keeping with the genre of items it contains (letters, records, certificates, etc.), while those related to the literary documentation of the archive are divided into: Works by C. P. Cavafy, Literary and other characters (Historical, Literary, Invented.Read More
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