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The Magical Path to the Acropolis

 

 
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e-books 2015

E-book “The Kleptomnemon”

Princeton University and the State of New Jersey are the setting for this speculative fiction thriller. When an old man passes on his memory to his assistant, the assistant falls in love his long gone wife and slowly discovers how she was killed and who did it. A black radical forces a white racist to relive his own life in the ghetto. Read More…

E-book “Mikis and Manos: A Tale of Two Composers”

Mikis and Manos: A Tale of Two Composers
In the 1960s two different recordings of Yiannis Ritsos’ poemEpitaphios were released.One was by Mikis Theodorakis and the other by Manos Hadjidakis. Read More…

Book “A Crowded Heart” (Picador/St. Martins, USA.)

Through the unwavering gaze of a young boy named Alex, Nick Papandreou narrates the story of a family uprooted from their home in the United States to live in Greece in pursuit of a father’s political ambitions. Read More…

Book “Father Dancing” (Penguin, UK)

Through the unwavering gaze of a young boy named Alex, Nick Papandreou narrates the story of a family uprooted from their home in the United States to live in Greece in pursuit of a father’s political ambitions. Read More…

E-book “Pictures of a Canadian Adolescence”

Set in Canada with Greece in their not-distant memory, these linked stories resonate with emotional power and the inherent longing of being away from home. At turns funny and poignant, lyrical and straightforward, Nick Papandreou creates characters and situations that charm us with their wit, soul, language, and longing. Read More…

E-book “Life in the First Person” (LSE, Hellenic Observatory)

This essay analyzes Andreas Papandreou’s skill as a political “story teller.” For a great majority of the Greek population, it is his narrative, his tale of modern Greece,the essay argues, that has become the accepted one. It was his narrative that helped bring and keep him in power for eleven years. Read More…