“C. P. Cavafy Poems”

GR-OF CA CA-SF03-F33-0002 (2110)
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GR-OF CA CA-SF03-F33-0002 (2110)
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“C. P. Cavafy Poems”
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1919-1924
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30.5 x 19 cm

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Poetry collection by Cavafy (Γ5) comprising 69 poems on 78 loose printed broadsheets. Double-sheet of paperboard in lieu of cover with the printed title “C. P. Cavafy Poems. Alexandria 1915-1924”. The second date is handwritten by Cavafy. A second double-sheet follows, the first page of which serves as the title page; the second page is blank; the last two pages contain the table of contents, arranged chronologically in two columns. The last titles in the second column as well as the titles in the last page are handwritten by the poet. The broadsheets were printed at the Kasimatis & Ionas printing house (one was printed at the Mitsanis printing house) in the period 1919-1924. Handwritten emendation in one of the poems and handwritten dedication by Cavafy to G. Petrontas on the verso of the title page.

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Greek

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Writing in ink. Oxidations; holes and wears.

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RELATED WORKS BY C. P. CAVAFY:
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“But Wise Men Apprehend What Is Imminent” >A385
“Theodotus” >A138
“In the Entrance of the Café” >A152
“He Swears” >A195
“One Night” >A141
“Morning Sea” >A141
“Painted” >A141
“Orophernes” >A142
“The Battle of Magnesia” >A142
“Manuel Comnenus” >A142
“The Seleucid’s Displeasure” >A142
“Whenever They Are Aroused” >A145
“In the Street” >A160
“In the Presence of the Statue of Endymion” >A581
“In a City of Osrhoene” >A152
“Passage” >A160
“For Ammon, Who Died at 29 Years of Age, in 610” >A160
“One of Their Gods” >A160
“In Evening” >A152
“To Pleasure” >A164
“Gray” >A147
“Tomb of Iases” >A147
“In the Month of Hathor” >A147
“I’ve Gazed So Much-” >A147
“Tomb of Ignatius” >A160
“Days of 1903” >A160
“The Window of the Tobacco Shop” >A249
“Caesarion” >A160
“Remember, Body…” >A153
“Tomb of Lanes” >A153
“Comprehension” >A153
“Nero’s Deadline” >A158
“Envoys from Alexandria” >A162
“Aristobulus” >A159
“Safe Haven” >A159
“Aemilian Son of Monaës, an Alexandrian, 628-655 A.D.” >A162
“Since Nine-” >A162
“Below the House” >A163
“The Next Table” >A163
“The Afternoon Sun” >A164
“To Stay” >A232
“Of the Jews (50 A.D.)” >A165
“Imenus” >A165
“Aboard the Ship” >A179
“Of Demetrius Soter (162-150 B.C.)” >A167
“If Indeed He Died” >A171
“Young Men of Sidon (400 A.D.)” >A171
“That They Come-” >A179
“Darius” >A344
“Anna Comnena” >A241
“Byzantine Noble, in Exile, Versifying” >A179
“Their Beginning” >A201
“Favour of Alexander Balas” >A181
“Melancholy of Jason, Son of Cleander: Poet in Commagene: 595 A.D.” >A191
“Demaratus” >A192
“I Brought to Art” >A181
“From the School of the Renowned Philosopher” >A191
“Maker of Wine Bowls” >A581
“Those Who Fought on Behalf of the Achaean League” >A222
“For Antiochus Epiphanes” >A364
“In An Old Book” >A216
“In Despair” >A581
“Julian, Seeing Indifference” >A386
“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

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