Poetry Books by Constantine P. Cavafy

Constantine P. Cavafy Books, Constantine P. Cavafy poetry book The Unfinished Poems Authors: C. P. Cavafy, Constantine Cavafy
Publisher: Knopf
Published Date: 2009
Categories: Poetry
Published simultaneously with his Collected Poems, these astonishing texts are as evocative and lyrical as Cavafy's finished works and provide a fascinating glimpse into the poet's creative process allowing the reader to take part in a major literary discovery.

Constantine P. Cavafy Books, Constantine P. Cavafy poetry book C. P. Cavafy Authors: Constantine Cavafy
Publisher: Department of the Classics
Published Date: 2012-08-01
Categories: Literary Criticism
C.P. Cavafy is one of the most important and influential Greek poets since antiquity. Based on a thirty-year scholarly and literary interaction with Cavafy s poetry and its Greek and Western European intertexts, Chioles has produced a most authoritative and nuanced translation of the complex linguistic registers of Cavafy s "Canon" into English."

Constantine P. Cavafy Books, Constantine P. Cavafy poetry book Poems 1904 Authors: Constantine P. Cavafy
Published Date: 2016-07-30
In December 1904, at the age of 41, the Alexandrian poet Constantine P. Cavafy made a careful choice of fourteen poems written since 1893, and had them privately printed early in 1905, in an edition of 100 copies with the title Poems 1904. A meticulously and severely self-critical writer, it was his practice to write around seventy poems a year and keep only four or five. These he would share with friends or sometimes send out to journals. He also had occasional poems privately printed in one- or two-poem pamphlets for distribution to his friends, whose opinions were the only ones he valued. Among these friends was E.M. Forster, who wrote an admiring account of him in Pharos and Pharillon, and brought him to the attention of a British readership long before he was widely read in Greece.

Constantine P. Cavafy Books, Constantine P. Cavafy poetry book Voices of Modern Greece Authors: Constantine Cavafy
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Published Date: 1981
Categories: Poetry
This anthology is composed of revised translations selected from five volumes of work by major poets of modern Greece offered by Keeley and Sherrard during the 1960s and '70s. Poems chosen are those that translate most successfully into English and that are also representative of the best work of the original poets--C.P. Cavafy, Angelos Sikelianos, George Seferis, Odysseus Elytis, and Nikos Gatsos.

Constantine P. Cavafy Books, Constantine P. Cavafy poetry book Collected Poems Authors: Constantine Cavafy
Publisher: Alfred a Knopf Incorporated
Published Date: 2009
Categories: Poetry
Presents a complete collection of the modern Greek poet's work, including his unfinished poems, which explores themes of longing and loneliness, fate and loss, memory and identity, throughout the history of Greek civilization.

Constantine P. Cavafy Books, Constantine P. Cavafy poetry book Cavafy Poems Authors: Constantine P. Cavafy
Published Date: 2014-02-28
In 2009 Knopf published a new translation of Cavafy's Complete Poems by the brilliant and award-winning writer and scholar Daniel Mendelsohn. Now Mendelsohn has made a selection of the poet's best-loved works for a Pocket Poets edition, including such favorites as "Waiting for the Barbarians," "Ithaca," and "The God Abandons Antony." Whether advising Odysseus as he returns home to Ithaca or portraying a doomed Marc Antony on the eve of his death, Cavafy's poems make the historic profoundly and movingly personal. A towering figure of twentieth-century poetry, Cavafy is a stellar addition to the Everyman Pocket Poets series.

Constantine P. Cavafy Books, Constantine P. Cavafy poetry book Before Time Could Change Them Authors: Constantine Cavafy
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
Published Date: 2001
Categories: Poetry
Presents the poets work in thematic order and includes nine previously uncollected poems.

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