5 edition of Passions and ancient days: twenty one new poems found in the catalog.
Passions and ancient days: twenty one new poems
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by C. P. Cavafy; selected and translated by Edmund Keeley & George Savidis.|
|Contributions||Keeley, Edmund, tr., Savvidēs, Geōrgios P.|
|LC Classifications||PA5610.K2 P3 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||72197734|
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Get this from a library. Passions and ancient days: twenty one new poems. [Constantine Cavafy; Edmund Keeley; Geōrgios P Savvidēs]. Passions and Ancient Days is an edition of twenty-one additional poems that the editors, Cavafy scholars Edmund Keeley and George Savidis, have judged to be of quality equal or superior to those.
Passions and Ancient Days: Twenty One New Poems. London: Hogarth Press, Berry-Campbell Collection. Rare Book and Special Collections Division Stathis Orphanos.
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