Text of the lecture by A. Singopoulo

GR-OF CA SING-S01-F01-0003 (1618)
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Text of the lecture by A. Singopoulo
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[1920]
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28 x 22 cm

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Manuscript by Alekos Singopoulo on the recto of 43 sheets and papers of various sizes. Blank verso. Page numbering 1 to 44, corrected on some of the pages. Pages 25-28 are missing, as well as the end of the text. The papers include: clipping from the newspaper Nea Zoi (1912) with poems by Malakasis and Ugo Foscolo, pp. 153-154; clipping from an issue of the O Noumas (1920) with fragment of a poem; the poem “Ithaca”, printed on two sheets in 1917; printed broadsheet with Cavafy’s poem “Dangerous” (1919). Singopoulo’s text is preceded by an unnumbered sheet with the poem “Fthinoporini Fysi”. This is the text of a lecture delivered by Singopoulo on 10/6/1920 at the hall of the Greek Secondary School Alumni Association (of the Averoff Secondary School and the Salvageios School of Commerce), on the work by seven Modern Greek poets.

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Writing in ink and pencil. Watermarks: Abondance, Navarre, Typewriting Parchment. Tears and wears.

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“Comprehension” >Α153
“Dangerous” >Α123
“Ithaca” >Α122

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In his lecture, Singopoulo approaches in an interpretative and occasionally comparative way the work of Palamas, Cavafy, Gryparis, Papantoniou, Porfyras, Malakasis and Mavilis.

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