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Washington, November 23: Lecture on Greece in Latin American poetry

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From: "HR-Net News Distribution Manager" <dist@hri.org>

Originally From: Connie Mourtoupalas <mourtoupala@greekembassy.org>

The Hellenic Society Prometheas presents the poets and writers Professor Pedro Lastra University of New York at Stony Brook and Hispanist and Translator Rigas Kappatos in

"The Presence of Greece in the Poetry of Latin America A Bilingual Presentation and Poetry Reading"

St. George Greek Orthodox Church, Founders Hall 7701 Bradley Blvd, Bethesda, MD 20817 Sunday, November 23, 2003, 6:30 pm Reception will follow

The Hellenic Society Prometheas, 6700 Landon Lane, Bethesda, MD 20817 301-229-9389, www.prometheas.org

Hay en mi un griego antiguo que aqui descanso un dia, despues que le dejaron loco de melodia las sirenas rosadas que atrajeron su barca.

RUBEN DARIO (1867-1916)

Υπάρχει ΅έσα ΅ου ένας αρχαίος Έλληνας, εκεί αναπαύτηκε ΅ιά ΅έρα όταν τον τρέλαναν οι ΅ελωδίες των ροδόκαλλων Σειρήνων που ΅άγεψαν το πλοίο του.

ΡΟΥΜΠΕΝ .ΑΡΙΟ (1867-1916)

The presenters will read from their book Τhe Presence of Greece in the Poetry of Latin America whose Greek version recently appeared in Athens while the Spanish version is currently in print in Santiago, Chile, by that country’s National Library. Featuring excerpts from the collective opus of 107 Latin American poets, the book demonstrates the Hellenic influence from the time of the conquest until today. The book is scheduled for publication in all Latin American countries.


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