29.11
Discussion

Paths of Books. “Sudden Death” and many more lives

19:00

PARTICIPANTS:
Thanassis Agathos, assistant professor of Modern Greek Literature at the Kapodistrian University of Athens, Giota Kritseli, publisher (Kichli Publications), Emmanoula Kantzia, PhD in Comparative Literature, philologist at Secondary Education. Manolis Piblis, journalist, director of TBF, moderates the discussion.

ORGANIZATION:
HELLENIC FOUNDATION FOR CULTURE

There are writers whose work disappears from the limelight and sometimes in the course of time it comes back and receives a great deal of attention. There are writers who have aroused an interest and have become known long after their death. However, there are books, particularly today, whose lifespan on the bookshelves of a bookstore lasts no more than two months and then they disappear for  good.

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