A collection of poems in which Chronis V. Karachalios sketches a picture of the ego that is mirrored in fear and love. He draws an image of detection and atonement of the past now that collecti­vity becomes an imperative need.

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    A collection of poems in which Chronis V. Karachalios, making his debut in the field, sketches a picture of the ego that is mirrored in fear and in love. He draws an image of detection and atonement of the past now that collectivity becomes an imperative need. He paints a picture of calm acceptance of the global change that is taking place, imprinting emotions that bring a fertile embarrassment.

    Chronis V. Karachalios was born in Agia Paraskevi, Attica, in 1960. Since 1964 he has lived in the centre of Athens. He studied Economics out of necessity and philosophy out of love. From childhood he has passionately worshipped poetry, with which he now flirts. He is currently employed as Director of Economic Services in a commercial bank. His first collection includes poems written between 1975 and 2011.

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    Weight 125 g
    Dimensions 14.8 x 21.1 cm
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    Greek

    Pages 64
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CHRONIS KARACHALIOS

Constructive embarrassment

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A collection of poems in which Chronis V. Karachalios sketches a picture of the ego that is mirrored in fear and love. He draws an image of detection and atonement of the past now that collecti­vity becomes an imperative need.

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