Tuesday, August 25, 2009

****full bibliography****

Works Cited (in essays):

Adichie, Chimamanda Ngozi. Half of a Yellow Sun. New York: Anchor Books, 2006.

Bernieres, Louis de. Corelli’s Mandolin. New York: Vintage Books, 1994.
---. Birds Without Wings. London: Vintage: 2004.

Clogg, Richard. A Concise History of Greece. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Engonopoulos, Nikos. “Nocturnal Maria.” Trans. David Connolly. N.

Engonopoulos. Errieti Engonopoulou. 10 Aug. 2009 < http://www.engonopoulos.gr/_homeEN/poem04.html>.

---. “Poetry 1948.” Trans. David Connolly. N. Engonopoulos. Errieti Engonopoulou. 10 Aug. 2009 < http://www.engonopoulos.gr/_homeEN/poem10.html>.

Gage, Eleni N. North of Ithaka: A Granddaughter Returns to Greece and Discovers her Roots. New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 2004.

Gage, Nicholas. Eleni. New York: Ballantine Books, 1983.

Halo, Thea. Not Even My Name: A True Story. New York: Picador, 2001.

Hondros, John Louis. Occupation and Resistance: The Greek Agony 1941-44. New York: Pella Publishing, 1983.

Jinkinson, Roger. Tales From a Greek Island. London: Racing House Press, 2005.

Electris, Theodore. Written on the Knee: A Diary from the Greek-Italian Front of WWII. Ed./Trans. Helen Electrie Lindsay. Minneapolis: Scarletta Press, 2008.

Mazower, Mark. Inside Hitler’s Greece: The Experience of Occupation, 1941-44. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001.

Owen, Wilfred. “Dulce et Decorum Est.” Poets.org 17 Aug. 2009 < http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/19389>.

---. “Anthem for Doomed Youth.” Poets.org. 17 Aug. 2009 .

---. “Arms and the Boy.” Wilfred Owen: War Poet. Eric Laermans, 2001. 17 Aug. 2009 .

---. “The End.” Wilfred Owen: War Poet. Eric Laermans, 2001. 17 Aug. 2009 < http://users.fulladsl.be/spb1667/cultural/owen/the-end.html>.

Patrikios, Titos. “Latest News,” “Drafts on Makronissos,” The Lion’s Gate: Selected Poems of Titos Patrikios. Ed. Roula Konsolaki. Trans. Christopher Bakken. Kirksville: Truman State University Press, 2006.

Seferis, Yorgos. “Our Mind is a Virgin Forest of Killed Friends…” 1940-1945 [Liberation]. 1998. Foundation of the Hellenic World. 10 Aug, 2009 < http://www.fhw.gr/chronos/14/en/1940_1945/liberation/pigi03.html>.

Seferis, Yorgos. “Our Sun,” “Thrush.” Collected Poems. Trans. Edmund Keeley, Philip Sherrard. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995.

Zei, Alki. The Purple Umbrella. Athens: Kedros, 1995
---. The Long Trek of Petros. Athens: Kedros, 1987.

Works Read/Referenced:

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. Dir. John Madden. Perf. Penelope Crus, John Hurt, Christian Bale, Nicholas Cage, and Irene Papas. Universal Pictures, 2001.

Eleni. Dir. Peter Yates. Perf. Kate Nelligan, John Malkovich, Linda Hunt, Oliver Cotton, and Ronald Pickup. CBS Entertainment Production, 1985.

Kazantzakis, Nikos. Christ Recrucified. London: Faber and Faber, 2001.

Schindler’s List. Dir. Steven Spielberg. Perf. Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Ralph Fiennes, Caroline Goodall, and Jonathan Sagall. Universal Pictures, 1993.

Storace, Patricia. Dinner with Persephone: Travels in Greece. Vasalia: Vintage Press, 1997.

Tahtsis, Kostas. The Third Wedding. Athens: Exantas, 1987.

Zorba the Greek. Dir. Mihalis Kakogiannis. Perf. Anthony Quinn, Alan Bates, Irene Papas, Lila Kedrova, and Sotiris Moustakas. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1964.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Xalandritsa -- then and now

from top to bottom:
*view from the church built with Venetian influence sometime around 1100.
*modern-day graffiti; "Maxi" is an uncommon female Greek name, short for "Andromaxi" which means "valor in battle"; ironically enough, "Maxi" is also the Greek word for "battle"
*Picture of a picture; the original WWII monument before all the names of the fallen Greek soldiers were chiseled off the marble by the Greek government in the 1960s
*The storyteller, his wife, and his audience
*the graveyard; in the distance, the mountains next to the village where the 68 Greek Xalandritsani police were massacred by fellow Greeks during the civil war.

Xalandritsa - old homes preserved

Xalandritsa -- landmarks in the village

2nd from top: the old hospital
3rd from top: icon of St. Athanasios outside that church
4th from bottom: the stream gushing through the village where my grandmother and mother used to do the laundry
bottom pic: the elementary school that the Italians confiscated as their headquarters

Trip to Xalandritsa -- my grandmother's mountain village + WWII monument

click on the picture for a full-blown image :)