“Ithaque” [“Ionique”, “Ithaque”, “Depuis neuf heures”, ‘Le soleil de l’après midi”]

GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S04-F13-SF001-0003 (1264)
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GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S04-F13-SF001-0003 (1264)
TITLE:
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“Ithaque” [“Ionique”, “Ithaque”, “Depuis neuf heures”, ‘Le soleil de l’après midi”]
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27.7 x 31.7 cm

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Typewritten text on two sheets with notes on the recto. French translation of the poem “Ithaca”, with handwritten indications on how the text continues. Attached bifolio with handwritten text on all sides, in which Cavafy records verses from four poems (“Song of Ionia”, “Ithaca”, “Since Nine-“, “The Afternoon Sun”) in French. Handwritten note mentioning Philéas Lebesgue in the margin. Cancellations and emendations.

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French

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Notepaper and plain paper. Black, and blue ink; pencil. Watermarks: Whitehead’s Bond on one sheet and an indiscernible one. Physical item wear: oxidations in one sheet.

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RELATED WORKS BY C. P. CAVAFY:
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“Song of Ionia” >Α46
“Ithaca” >Α122
“Since Nine-” >Α162
“The Afternoon Sun” >Α164

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The two sheets with the typewritten text (“Ithaque”) appear to belong to item GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S04-F13-SF001-0001 (1273), that is, the Kyriacopoulo translations (1919), as there are similarities in the sheets (layout, watermarks, wears) and in the handwritten note on how the text continues. Moreover, while the poem is recorded in the index of the aforementioned item, it is not found there.

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Draft translations of verses.

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