The Observatory (English and Greek Edition) ebook
by Dimitris Tsaloumas
Greek) and had several volumes published. Books about Dimitris Tsaloumas.
He started writing again (in Greek) and had several volumes published. The first poems he wrote entirely in English were published in 1988 in Falcon Drinking. He often returned to Greece, spending much of his time on Leros. Con Castan, Dimitris Tsaloumas: Poet (Melbourne: Elikia Books, 1990). Helen Nickas (e. Dimitris Tsaloumas, a voluntary exile: selected writings on his life and work (Melbourne: Owl Publishing, 1999).
Dimitris Tsaloumas was a contemporary Greek-Australian poet and teacher. He was well-known for his poems, including "I Took the Path to the Mountain", "The Foreigner", "The Pomegranate", and "Letters Bearing Bad Tidings", which were also set to music by the Greek-Australian songwriter Costas Tsicaderis. One of those collections was printed with the help of the English writer Lawrence Durrell, who met Tsaloumas on Rhodes and was impressed with his work. Tsaloumas left for Australia in 1952 because of political persecution and earned a living by teaching.
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The physical book itself is a sturdy green volume, with attractive Greek font on the left pages, corresponding to the English translation on the right side.
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selected poems of Dimitris Tsaloumas. Published 1983 by University of Queensland Press in St. Lucia, Queensland, New York. Translations into English. Dimitris Tsaloumas (1921-).
Updated About encyclopedia . The Observatory: Selected Poems (in Greek and English), translated by Philip Grundy. St. Lucia, University of Queensland Press, 1983. Falcon Drinking: The English Poems. Lucia, University of Queensland Press, 1988. In the success of The Observatory, which won the National Book Council award for 1983, Tsaloumas was assisted by the distinguished collaboration of the translator Philip Grundy, and their second venture, The Book of Epigrams, reinforced both the powerful wit and the severity of the poet's resonant lyricism.
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