Chronological table of poems 1891-1912

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Chronological table of poems 1891-1912
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21.7 x 13.5 cm

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Handwritten list with chronological indications (1891-1912) and poem titles, on 13 pieces of paper of various sizes. Several titles are abbreviated. Some chronological records are indicated as “rewriting” and are accompanied by the title of the poem to which they refer. Cancellations and emendations throughout the list. Apart from three parts of the item, the rest bear writing (by hand or printed) on either side. The versos of five parts of the item have a different theme (not a chronological list). Explicitly and in squence according to the recto: verso (F5-Φ15) with fragment of a manuscript poem (probably “In an Old Book”), verso (F5-Φ13) with fragment of a manuscript poem (probably a version of “A Love”) in handwriting different from that of the poet; verso with fragment of a printed money order card dated 13/7/1893; verso (F5-Φ8) with a short letter by Aristeidis Cavafy to C. P. Cavafy, dated 3/7/1894; verso (F5-Φ6) with arithmetic operation; verso (F5-Φ4) with fragment of abbreviated text and verso with fragment of a bid submission card.

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Mainly Greek

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Pieces of paper of various sizes. Black, blue and red ink; black and blue pencil. Some parts bear a watermark: Gouvernement Egyptien (not entirely legible). Physical item wear: oxidations; part of one of the portions of the item has been torn off from the stem.

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RELATED WORKS BY C. P. CAVAFY:
Reference to the works of C. P. Cavafy that are directly related to the described digital object, followed by their number of entry in the C. P. Cavafy Bibliography (ed. by D. Daskalopoulos).

“Tomb of Eurion” >Α135
“Very Rarely” >Α132
“Azure Eyes” >Α524
“Displeased Theatregoer” >Α524
“Epitaph” >Α524
“Hours of Melancholy” >Α35
“Candles” >Α61
“Dread” >Α524
“In the House of the Soul” >Α423
“Rain” >Α524
“Eternity” >Α524
“Builders” >Α11
“27 June 1906, 2 P.M.» >Α494
“Confusion” >Α524
“Walls” >Α50
“Prayer” >Α55
“The Windows” >Α75
“Garlands” >Α524
“That Is He” >Α104
“Interruption” >Α70
“The Retinue of Dionysus” >Α93
“Manuel Comnenus” >Α142
“Voices” >Α79
“Orophernes” >Α142
“A Love” >Α44
“Hidden” >A480
“Come Back” >Α131
“The Hereafter” >Α524
“Athena’s Vote” >Α29
“The Tears of Phaëthon’s Sisters” >Α42
“The Four Walls of My Room” >Α524
“Alexandrian Merchant” >Α524
“The Lagid’s Hospitality” >Α524
“Priam’s March by Night” >Α524
“In the Cemetery” >Α524
“Good and Bad Weather” >Α26
“Sculptor from Tyana” >Α114
“Horace in Athens” >Α54
“The Rest Shall I Tell in Hades to Those Below” >Α524
“The Inkwell” >Α30
“The Pawn” >Α524
“In the Presence of the Statue of Endymion” >Α581
“Eternity” >Α524
“Oedipus” >Α38
“But Wise Men Apprehend What Is Imminent” >Α385
“Ode and Elegy of the Streets” >Α40
“The Horses of Achilles” >Α54
“The Glory of the Ptolemies” >Α121
“Chaldean Image” >Α524
“The Death of the Emperor Tacitus” >Α49
“The Tarentines Have Their Fun” >Α57
“Salome” >Α524
“The Bank of the Future” >Α426
“Addition” >Α426
“Old Men’s Souls” >Α68
“Voice from the Sea” >Α59
“Waiting for the Barbarians” >Α84
“Lohengrin” >Α524
“Suspicion” >Α524
“The Intervention of the Gods” >Α428
“Che fece… il gran rifiuto” >Α67
“King Claudius” >Α524
“When the Watchman Saw the Light” >Α524
“The Naval Battle” >Α524
“Herodes Atticus” >Α125
“King Demetrius” >Α90
“Longings” >Α85
“I Went” >Α133
“The Satrapy” >Α108
“Ides of March” >Α111
“Philhellene” >Α127
“In the Church” >Α227
“September of 1903” >Α524
“December 1903” >Α524
“January of 1904” >Α524
“The Photograph” >Α618
“On the Stairs” >Α524
“The End of Antony” >Α524
“The Funeral of Sarpedon” >Α58, Α100
“The Seleucid’s Displeasure” >Α142
“The God Abandons Antony” >Α116
“Hearing of Love” >Α524
“Indian Image” >Α524
“Menkera’s Daughter” >Α524
“Nous n’osons plus chanter les roses…” >Α524
“A Great Procession of Priests and Laymen” >Α357
“In an Old Book-” >Α216
“Ancient Tragedy” >Α53
“The Mimiambs of Herodas” >Α524
“The Eumenides’ Footfalls” >Α51
“An Old Man” >Α54
“The First Step” >Α62
“To the Moon” >Α37
“If Indeed he Died” >Α171
“Aemilian Son of Monaës, an Alexandrian, 628-655 A.D.” >Α162
“One of their Gods” >Α160
“The Cat” >Α616
“Artificial Flowers” >Α427
“Theophilus Palaeologus” >Α524
“Betrayal” >Α78
“As Much As You Can” >Α133
“He Swears” >Α195
“Poseidonians” >Α524
“In the Entrance of the Café” >Α152
“In the Theatre” >Α524
“One Night” >Α141
“The Window of the Tobacco Shop” >Α249
“Days of 1903” >Α160
“Finished” >Α112
“Ithaca” >Α122
“The Tomb of Lysias the Grammarian” >Α135
“The City”>Α107
“Second Odyssey”> A616
“La jeunesse blanche”> A425
“Impossible Things”> A424
“Troyans”> A87
“Monotony”>A98
“Auld Robin Gray”>Α5
“For Antiochus Epiphanes”>A364
“Theodotus” >Α138

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Some of the cited titles correlate to earlier drafts of poems by C. P. Cavafy. Cf. G. P. Savvidis (ed.), C. P. Cavafy, Poems (1896-1933), Athens, Ikaros, 2014, vol. I, p.103-154 and vol. II, p. 125-178.

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