An important figure in Greek Letters, the poet, essayist, translator and academic Giannis Dallas bares his soul to Giorgos Douatzis. In a pithy, exciting conversation and a biographical narration in the first person. In the endnote G. Blanas records all aspects of G. Dallas’s oeuvre. The publication also includes a full biblio­graphy of Dallas’s writings and of reviews of these, unpublished photographs and a manuscript of the poet.

  • Product Description

    Whatever surrounds me – I experience it now in my whole being – is not space, it is time. Like a forest of events through which I beat my way, in order to come out into the glade of history. Historical time and more personal time. One moment next to the other all around me, narrowing like links in a chain next to the flesh. Time, which has become my hide and my skin. My last difficulty, to break the bonds. To come out of myself….
    Giannis Dallas

    A unique documentary on an emblematic figure in Greek Letters, the poet, essayist, translator and university teacher Giannis Dallas, is published by Kapon Editions.

    A conversation between Giorgos Douatzis and Giannis Dallas, who bares his soul in a confession de profundis that holds the reader spellbound. His discourse an exciting tale, an enchanting journey in time. The biographical narration in the first person. Giannis Dallas’s view of the most important events in our century encompasses the modern history of Greece, as well as its literature.

    The book concludes with a postface by the poet Giorgos Blanas, recording all aspects of Dallas’s creative oeuvre, a complete bibliography of his works and of reviews and critiques, along with unpublished photographs and a manuscript in Dallas’s hand.

  • Additional information

    Weight 225 g
    Dimensions 12 × 22 cm
    Avaliable in

    Greek

    Pages 144
    Images 0
GIORGOS DOUATZIS

Giannis Dallas
To come out of myself …

12,40 10,54

An important figure in Greek Letters, the poet, essayist, translator and academic Giannis Dallas bares his soul to Giorgos Douatzis. In a pithy, exciting conversation and a biographical narration in the first person. In the endnote G. Blanas records all aspects of G. Dallas’s oeuvre. The publication also includes a full biblio­graphy of Dallas’s writings and of reviews of these, unpublished photographs and a manuscript of the poet.

ISBN: 978-960-6878-64-0 Categories: ,