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What's Left Of The Night



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What's Left Of The Night by Ersi Sotiropoulos

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In June 1897, the young Constantine Cavafy arrives in Paris on the last stop of a long European tour, a trip that will deeply shape his future. He is by turns exhilarated and tormented by his homosexuality; the Greek-Turkish War has ended in Greece's defeat and humiliation; France is torn by the Dreyfus Affair, and Cavafy's native Alexandria has surrendered to the indolent rhythms of the East. A stunning portrait of a budding author - before he became C.P.Cavafy, one of the 20th century's greatest poets.

Author Biography

Ersi Sotiropoulos is a Greek poet, novelist and short story writer. Her novels have received some of Greece's, and Europe's, most prominent literary awards, including the Greek National Literature Prize, the Book Critics' Award, and the 2017 Prix M diterran e for What's Left of the Night. Karen Emmerich is one of the most renowned translators of Greek working today. She has translated eleven books of Greek poetry and prose, and have received translation awards and grants from PEN, the NEA, and the Modern Greek Studies Association. Emmerich is a Professor of Comparative Literature at Princeton University.
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October 4th, 2018
Translated by Karen Emmerich
Country of Publication
United States
New Vessel Press
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