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GR-OF CA CA-SF02-S01-SS01-F17-SF002-0007 (334)
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Draft letter by Cavafy to Forster
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Handwritten draft letter by Cavafy to E. M. Forster regarding the translations of poems of his into English, written on both sides of a sheet and on the verso of a printed broadsheet containing the poem “Chandelier”. The second and third pages are numbered. Cancellations and emendations in ink and pencil. The broadsheet was printed in 1918. Cavafy expresses his contentment for the apparent interest in his poetry in England. He also refers to new English translations of poems of his.
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Writing in pencil and ink. Physical item wear: oxidations caused by metal paperclip. Watermark: Paxton Extra Strong.
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RELATED WORKS BY C. P. CAVAFY:
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“The City” >Α107
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Reference to translations of the poems “Caesarion”, “Demaratus” and “Ithaca” by Valassopoulo. Cavafy considers Valassopoulo the ideal translator of his poems.
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Works by C. P. Cavafy:
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