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The Fourth Dimension

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The Fourth Dimension by Yannis Ritsos
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In the dramatic monologues that make up The Fourth Dimension--especially those based on the grim history of Mycenae and its royal protagonists--the celebrated modern Greek poet Yannis Ritsos presents a timeless poetic paradigm of the condition of Greece, past and present. The volume also contains a group of modern narratives, including the famous, and much-anthologized, "Moonlight Sonata." Ritsos, rightly, regarded the The Fourth Dimension as his finest achievement. It is now presented to English- speaking readers for the first time in its entirety. From "Philoctetes" All the speeches of great men, about the dead and about heroes. Astonishing, awesome words, pursued us even in our sleep, slipping beneath closed doors, from the banqueting hall where glasses and voices sparkled, and the veil of an unseen dancer rippled silently like a diaphanous, whirling wall between life and death. This throbbing our childhood nights, lightening the shadows of shields etched on white walls by slow moonlight.

Author Biography

Peter Green is Professor of Classics at the University of Texas in Austin. The author of numerous scholarly works, he has also written several volumes of historical fiction, including The Laughter of Aphrodite (Murray/World; paperback forthcoming from University of California Press). Beverly Bardsley, a free-lance translator, lives in Austin.
Release date NZ
May 17th, 1993
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Contributors
Translated by Beverly Bardsley Translated by Peter Green
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Princeton University Press
Pages
348
Dimensions
152x229x19
ISBN-13
9780691024653
Product ID
2075264

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