“C. P. Cavafy Poems”

GR-OF CA CA-SF03-F30-0001 (1920)
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GR-OF CA CA-SF03-F30-0001 (1920)
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“C. P. Cavafy Poems”
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1925-1929
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25.5 x 16 cm

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Poetry collection by Cavafy (Γ9). The title “C. P. Cavafy Poems” and the indication “Alexandria 1919-1929” on the printed cover. The first date (initially “1916”) has been corrected by the poet, and the second is handwritten. The same details are repeated on the title page, on which, however, the date is correct (“1919”). A blank sheet has most likely been cut off. On the first blank page, handwritten dedication by Marios Vaianos to Angelos Troupakis in red pencil, dated “1.7.30”. The collection consists of bound printed broadsheets and contains sixty-one poems. The poems are numbered at top right, in print or by hand, occasionally corrected by the poet. Handwritten cancellations and emendations by Cavafy in some of the poems. The collection also contains a printed folding sheet with the poem titles in two columns and in chronological order. The title of the last poem is handwritten by Cavafy. The broasheets were printed at the Kasimatis & Ionas printing house in the period 1925-1929. On some of them there is full date of printing and on some others the date of first print. Accompanied by signed certificate and kept in a box made of hard fabric-lined paperboard.

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Greek

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Writing in ink and pencil. Physical item wear: oxidations and other wears.

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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 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
“In the Same Space” >Α346
“The Mirror in the Entrance” >Α346
“Come Now, King of the Lacedaemonians” >Α385

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