“Eleftheri apodosis (Henri de Régnier)”

GR-OF CA SING-S02-F06-SF001-0012 (1295)
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REFERENCE CODE:
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GR-OF CA SING-S02-F06-SF001-0012 (1295)
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“Eleftheri apodosis (Henri de Régnier)”
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29.7 x 19.8 cm

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Handwritten poem and note in the margin. The main text, as is clarified in the note, is a translation of Henri de Régnier’s poem by Napoleon Lapathiotis. Information on the translation of the poem and a reference to the journal N[ea] T[echni] in the crossed out note. Emendation in the poem.

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Greek

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Writing paper. Black ink and pencil. Physical item wear: oxidations; tears.

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Two additional handwritings are discernible, apart from that of N. Lapathiotis: one in the note and the other in the name “Napoleon Lapathiotis”, below the last verse of the poem. The first is possibly that of Marios Vaianos, as can be deduced from the content of the note; the second is probably that of Rica Singopoulo. The item is inserted in a double sheet notepaper with information on its publication in the journal Alexandrini Techni (1927).

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Lapathiotis’s poem was published in Alexandrini Techni 5 (April 1927), p. 10.

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