Free Read [ Η Παναγιά η γοργόνα] author [ Stratis Myrivilis ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Nota Bene I have combined the reviews of two closely related novels by the same author into one If you ve read the one review, then you ve read the other.Efstratios Stamatopoulos 1890 1969 Stratis Myrivilis was his nom de plume has been described by some Greek critics as the first modern i.e. since the War of Independence of the 1820 s Greek novelist who could stand beside any other European novelist without fear of embarrassment After reading all three of his novels, Life in the Tomb Nota Bene I have combined the reviews of two closely related novels by the same author into one If you ve read the one review, then you ve read the other.Efstratios Stamatopoulos 1890 1969 Stratis Myrivilis was his nom de plume has been described by some Greek critics as the first modern i.e. since the War of Independence of the 1820 ...

  2. The scene is an Aegean island, Lesbos, where refugees from Anatolia find shelter and built their new homes The central character is a blonde, green eyed girl, left as a baby in a fisherman s boat and grown into a woman who has all local boys fall...

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  5. The prose evocation of the islands of Greece and of the people at the time of the expulsion of the Greek population of Turkey after 2800 years was moving and beautifully crafted The characters are varied and ofte...

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  7. Myrivilis is the conductor and words, nature and human behavior his instruments The result is stunning One of the most balanced stories i have ever read, with a beautiful use of language, an enchanting scenery, very vivid scenes of human misery, lust, arrogance, joy and sorrow.What stroke me the most were the descriptions of scenes revealing the details of human behavior, which people try so hard to conceal.A doctor who drinks his coffee, while a little girl is dying, local people with opresse Myrivilis is the conductor and words, nature and human behavior his instruments The result is stunning One of the most balanced stories i have ever read, with a beautiful use of language, an enchanting scenery, very vivid scenes of hu...

  8. The book has beautiful descriptions of a Greek island, its waters and landscape The descriptions of the people are also evocative, particularly the woman at center of the book, Smaragthi, whose suspected mermaid origins makes the story into a ...

  9. Nice description of Greek Island and way of life at the time Did feel the pain of fishermen and their families who were forced to leave Turkey after the First World War Story did not hold me after 144 pages Skimmed thereafter and found somewhat predictable.

  10. About the island in Greece that my family comes from I have visited the spot where myrivilis wrote this book, and have a copy signed by him to my great grandmother Slow at the start, but ultimately delightful.