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60 Years have passed since the death of N. Kazantzakis and the National Library opens to the public an exhibition of books and important manuscripts of the author, humanitarian, philosopher and poet whose universal messages are loved by readers the world over.I hope for nothing, I fear nothing, I am free.
The three times nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature author, who has been translated more than any other Greek writer, gained international popularity when the uncompromising hero of the novel "Zorba the Greek" was transferred to the cinema by the director Michael Cacoyannis.
The National Library exhibition of his works and manuscripts is a unique opportunity to become acquainted with the cosmopolitan Nikos Kazantzakis. Don’t miss the moving, handwritten dedication of the author to the National Library, on the inside cover of the translation of Dante’s Divine Comedy.
Location: National Library Valianos building, Panepistimiou str 32, Athens (map)
Duration: March 3rd to March 31st, 2017.
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