“Optasia”, “Kapoies ormes”

GR-OF CA SING-S02-F06-SF001-0009 (1309)
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GR-OF CA SING-S02-F06-SF001-0009 (1309)
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“Optasia”, “Kapoies ormes”
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35.2 x 21.6 cm

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Two handwritten poems by Rica Singopoulo (“Optasia”, “Kapoies ormes”) on one side of a sheet folded in a bifolio. Numbers “1” and “2 are noted. Handwritten notes in the margin (possibly addressed to the publisher). Rica Singopoulo’s name below the first poem, crossed out in pencil.

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Greek

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Plain paper. Black ink and pencil. Watermark: Aero Bank J.R.F. Physical item wear: small tears.

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The item is inserted in a double sheet notepaper with information regarding its publication in the journal Alexandrini Techni (1926).

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The poems by Singopoulo were published in Alexandrini Techni 1, year I (December 1926), p. 5.

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