Tussen verleden en toekomst, Nieuwgriekse traditie en ideologie in het werk van de Griekse prozaschrijver Dimítris Chatzís (1913-1981)

Hokwerda, H., 1991, s.n.. 515 p.

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Dimítris Hatzís (1913-1981) is one of the most important post-war Greek prose writers and, especially in left-wing circles, one of the most popular. However, even in those circles his literary work has not always been fully understood; it has often been taken merely as an expression of nostalgia for the pre-war Greek society which no longer exists (especially in the book of short stories, The End of our Little Town or as an indictment of German society and its treatment of foreign workers and of Western( capitalistic) society in general( especially in The Double Book). ... Zie: Summary
Original languageDutch
QualificationDoctor of Philosophy
  • Aerts, Willem, Supervisor
Publication statusPublished - 1991

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