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Product Information. This is the eighth volume in Dedalus's highly acclaimed European literary fantasy series and follows volumes from Austrian, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Polish, Portuguese and the nineteenth-century, Belgian literature was still largely written in the language of education, French. All Non-Fiction. Social, Political and Cultural Sciences. Health & Wellness. Spirituality & Religion. Travel & Exploration. Science & Nature. Literary Non-Fiction. Antiques & Collectables. Regional Studies. Other Non-Fiction Books. Games & Puzzles. Notecards & Journals. All Last Chance. All New Arrivals. All Bestsellers. Best Selling Non-Fiction.
The Dedalus Book of Austrian Fantasy: edited by Mike Mitchell pp, Dedalus, £ This is one of the best anthologies - as an anthology - . Click to read more about The Dedalus Book of Austrian Fantasy, by Michael Mitchell. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers All about The Dedalus Book of Austrian Fantasy, by Michael Mitchell/5(1).
This installment in the Dedalus European Fantasy series offers a collection of stories with haunted houses, roads to nowhere, hanged men who come to life, and cannibalism. The more contemporary of the stories are closest to the modern definition of fantasy, while the older lean more toward Gothic, but they all have a place in the collection/5(1). Dedalus Book of Greek Fantasy, Ed. David Connolly (DEDALUS £ (pp)) About The Independent commenting. Independent Premium Comments can be posted by members of our membership scheme.
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The latest addition to the Dedalus Series on European Fantasy Literature, this anthology of short stories presents the richness and diversity of Greek fantasy literature, steeped in Homeric tradition.5/5(1).
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Many of the stories gathered in The Dedalus Book of Greek Fantasy, dating from the 19th century to the turn of the 21st, are by mainstream literary authors, including the major poet Constantine Cavafy and the arch-surrealist Andreas Embirikos. Recent years have seen the publication of several Greek anthologies of fantasy and science fiction, thanks mainly to the efforts of editor Makis Panorios.
The Dedalus Book of Flemish Fantasy. This is the eighth volume in Dedalus's highly acclaimed European literary fantasy series and follows volumes from Austrian, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Polish, Portuguese and the nineteenth-century, Belgian literature was still largely written in the language of education, French/5.
I found this a fascinating and enjoyable first novel. Set in Athens in the summer ofLeo Kanaris’s elegant and original prose tells a story on two levels; firstly, as a fast moving, page turning detective story; secondly, as a portrait of contemporary Greece, with its economic problems, brought about by corruption, bureaucracy, and mismanagement; this picture is evoked both by /5(7).
The Dedalus book of Greek fantasy / Published Call Number: Loading Located: Loading Book Loading Save to List. Saved in: 7. Quintets & voices. by Greek English 23 Latin 8 French 4 German 3 Italian more 2 Russian 1 Albanian 1. The Greek Translation Prize for David Connolly: The Dedalus Book of Greek Fantasy edited by David Connolly.
The Occult Book of the Year in for Mike Mitchell's translation of The Angel of the West Window by Gustav Meyrink. The Dedalus Book of Modern Greek Fantasy (Dedalus Literary Fantasy Anthologies) Paperback – 16 Mar. by David Connolly (Editor, Translator)Format: Paperback. The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy is a collection of short stories from twenty of Finlands leading fantasy writers.
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Cambs: Dedalus, (OCoLC) Material Type. Dedalus Books is a British publishing company specialising in European literature. As stated on their website, Dedalus specialises in "its own distinctive genre, which we term distorted reality, where the bizarre, the unusual and the grotesque and the surreal meld Country of origin: United Kingdom.
If you are a fan of the Dedalus style of highbrow rocknroll lit, you are ging to love this. Lots of surreal, decadent, transgressive and thought provoking short stories.
WHile this book focuses on Greek literature, its not geospecific in scope - its worldclass modern fantasy lit.5/5. Stephen Dedalus, fictional character, the protagonist of James Joyce’s autobiographical novel A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man () and a central character in his novel Ulysses ().
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