“C.P. Cavafy Poems” [1919-1931]

GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S01-F02-SF003-0019 (2080)
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GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S01-F02-SF003-0019 (2080)
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“C.P. Cavafy Poems” [1919-1931]
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1926-1932
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30 x 37.5 cm

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Poetry collection by Cavafy (Γ9) comprising 69 poems (85 loose printed broadsheets and two blanks). The collection is enclosed in a double-sheet, with the printed title “C. P. Cavafy Poems. Alexandria 1919-1931” and handwritten dedication by Cavafy to Kostas Miniakis in the first page. Table of contents, arranged chronologically by year (1919-1931), with handwritten additions for the years 1929-1931 in the last two pages of the double-sheet. The poems are numbered in print, corrected in many instances by the poet. Handwritten emendations in some verses (43, 46). The broadsheets were printed at the Kasimatis & Ionas printing house in Alexandria. Additional information regarding the year they were first printed (1926-1932) mentioned in some cases. All sheets, except for three, have a hole from a metal paperclip at the top left of the recto.

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Greek

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Thick and plain paper. Black ink. Physical item wear: oxidations; tears in the double-sheet; holes in all sheets at the point of joining.

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RELATED WORKS BY C. P. CAVAFY:
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“The Afternoon Sun” >Α164
“To Stay” >Α232
“Of the Jews (50 A.D.)” >Α165
“Imenus” >Α165
“Aboard the Ship”>Α179
“Of Demetrius Soter (162-150 B.C.)” >Α167
“If Indeed He Died” >Α171
“Young Men of Sidon (400 A.D.)” >Α171
“That They Come-” >Α179
“Darius”>Α344
“Anna Comnena” >Α241
“Byzantine Noble, in Exile, Versifying” >Α179
“Their Beginning” >Α201
“Favour of Alexander Balas” >Α181
“Melancholy of Jason, Son of Cleander: Poet in Commagene: 595 A.D.” >Α191
“Demaratus” >Α192
“I Brought to Art” >Α181
“From the School of the Renowned Philosopher” >Α191
“Maker of Wine Bowls” >Α581
“Those Who Fought on Behalf of the Achaean League” >Α222
“For Antiochus Epiphanes” >Α364
“In An Old Book-” >Α216
“In Despair” >Α581
“Julian, Seeing Indifference” >Α386
“Epitaph of Antiochus, King of Commagene” >Α620
“Theater of Sidon (400 A.D.)” >Α249
“Julian in Nicomedea” >Α225
“Before Time Could Alter Them” >Α225
“He Came to Read-” >Α234
“In 31 B.C. in Alexandria” >Α234
“John Cantacuzenus Triumphs” >Α249
“Temethus, an Antiochene: 400 A.D.” >Α255
“Of Colored Glass” >Α259
“The 25th Year of His Life” >Α259
“On the Italian Seashore” >Α259
“In the Boring Village” >Α309
“Apollonius of Tyana in Rhodes” >Α281
“Cleitus’s Illness” >Α282
“In a Municipality of Asia Minor” >Α275
“Priest of the Serapeum” >Α282
“In the Taverns-” >Α368
“A Great Procession of Priests and Laymen” >Α357
“Sophist Departing from Syria” >Α293
“Julian and the Antiochenes” >Α620
“Anna Dalassene” >Α293
“Days of 1896” >Α301
“Two Young Men, 23 to 24 Years Old” >Α322
“Greek Since Ancient Times” >Α344
“Days of 1901” >Α581
“You Didn’t Understand” >Α311
“A Young Man, Skilled in the Art of the Word – in his 24th Year” >Α575
“In Sparta” >Α357
“Portrait of a Young Man of Twenty-Three Done by His Friend of the Same Age, an Amateur” >Α346
“In a Large Greek Colony, 200 B.C.” >Α345
“Potentate from Western Libya” >Α327
“Cimon Son of Learchus, 22 Years Old, Teacher of Greek Letters (in Cyrene)” >Α581
“On the March to Sinope” >Α332
“Days of 1909, ’10, and ’11” >Α346
“Myres: Alexandria in 340 A.D.” >Α344
“Alexander Jannaeus, and Alexandra” >Α364
“Beautiful, White Flowers As They Went So Well >Α346
“Come Now, King of the Lacedaemonians” >Α385
“In the Same Space” >Α346
“The Mirror in the Entrance” >Α346
“He Asked About the Quality-” >Α350
“Should Have Taken the Trouble” >Α350
“According to the Formulas of Ancient Greco-Syrian Magicians” >Α361
“In 200 B.C.” >Α385
“Days of 1908” >Α378

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