Printed broadsheets

GR-OF CA SING-S01-F01-0007 (1620)
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GR-OF CA SING-S01-F01-0007 (1620)
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Printed broadsheets
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30 x 37.5 cm

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Printed bifolio entitled “C. P. Cavafy Poems”. It is a table of contents of a poetry collection by Cavafy from the 1910-1918 period (“8” in the last date has been corrected in ink at the bottom right of the first page). On the third page, printed list of poems in chronological order until the first title of 1916. From the second poem of 1916 until the poems of 1918, the titles and page numbers are handwritten by Cavafy and continue on to the fourth page. The second page is blank. On the third and fourth pages, handwritten notes by Singopoulo. Accompanied by seven broadsheets with poems by Cavafy, with handwritten comments by Singopoulo as well as manuscript cancellations and emendations by Cavafy. All broadsheets were printed in 1916. Copy of the poem “That Is He”, written by Singopoulo on one side of a sheet. All prints are placed in a handmade folder of paperboard.

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Greek

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Writing in ink and pencil. Watermark: Abondance. Physical item wear: oxidations.

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RELATED WORKS BY C. P. CAVAFY:
Reference to the works of C. P. Cavafy that are directly related to the described digital object, followed by their number of entry in the C. P. Cavafy Bibliography (ed. by D. Daskalopoulos).

“The City” >Α107
“The Satrapy” >Α108
“Ides of March” >Α111
“Finished” >Α112
“The God Abandons Antony” >Α116
“Ithaca” >Α122
“As Much As You Can” >Α133
“The Glory of the Ptolemies” >Α121
“Alexandrian Kings” >Α129
“Philhellene” >Α127
“Sculptor from Tyana” >Α114
“The Tomb of Lysias the Grammarian” >Α135
“Tomb of Eurion” >Α135
“Dangerous” >Α123
“In the Church” >Α227
“Very Rarely” >Α132
“In Stock” >Α133
“Come Back” >Α131
“Far Off” >Α152
“I Went” >Α133
“Chandelier” >Α137
“But Wise Men Apprehend What Is Imminent” >Α385
“Theodotus” >Α138
“In the Entrance of the Café” >Α152
“He Swears” >Α195
“One Night” >Α141
“Morning Sea” >Α141
“Painted” >Α141
“Orophernes” >Α142
“The Battle of Magnesia” >Α142
“Manuel Comnenus” >Α142
“The Seleucid’s Displeasure” >Α142
“Passage” >Α160
“In a City of Osrhoene” >Α152
“In the Street” >Α160
“In the Presence of the Statue of Endymion” >Α581
“For Ammon, Who Died at 29 Years of Age, in 610” >Α160
“One of Their Gods” >Α160
“In Evening” >Α152
“To Pleasure” >Α164
“Gray” >Α147
“Tomb of Iases” >Α147
“In the Month of Hathor” >Α147
“I’ve Gazed So Much-” >Α147
“Tomb of Ignatius” >Α160
“Days of 1903” >Α160
“The Window of the Tobacco Shop” >Α249
“Caesarion” >Α160
“Remember, Body…” >Α153
“Tomb of Lanes” >Α153
“Comprehension” >Α153
“Envoys from Alexandria” >Α162

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Next to the titles, Singopoulo notes in pencil the thematic categories into which Cavafy’s poems fall: “Artistic”, “Historical”, “Hedonic”, “Sentimental”, “Philosophical”, “Impressions”.

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