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"A must for all Modern Greek collections of academic and general libraries."--Choice

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GREECE was the first of the European nation states to emerge out of the break-up of the multi-national empires of the eighteenth century. Read the first page
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The best and most comprehensive reference on Modern Greek Literature 17 April 2008
By Lucy Levant - Published on Amazon.com
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There is no other reference for Modern Greek Literature that is as objective, well-researched, and thorough. There are a few writers missing, and some that I would like to have seen covered more, but a fabulous resource. For this subject, I rely on the Oxford University publications and the work of Roderick Beaton and Peter Mackridge.
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