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Karagátsis, M.


Καραγάτσης, Μ., 1908-1960



 

M. Karagatsis (his real name was Dimitris Rodopoulos) was born in 1908 in Athens. In 1924 he went to Grenoble to study Law. One year later, he transferred to the Law School of the University of Athens. He died in 1960, at the age of 52, leaving unfinished the novel he was working on at the time, Number 10. The last words he wrote, which were, in fact his last words, were “don't make me laugh!” His sizeable work (short stories, theatre reviews and, above all, novels) is published by Hestia.
Karagatsis is considered one of the leading authors of the Thirties Generation.

Also by the same author:

• Colonel Liapkin
• Jungerman (2 Volumes)
• The Lost Island
• The Master of Kastropyrgos
• The Great Chimera (to be published
in German)
• The Yellow File (2 Volumes)

 
Works found in the Biblionet database
(2008) The 10, Hestia Publishers
(2007) The Yellow Envelope, Hestia Publishers
(2007) The Yellow Envelope, Hestia Publishers
(2006) Colonel Liapkin, Hestia Publishers
(2005) Amri a Mugu, Hestia Publishers
(2005) The Great Sleep, Hestia Publishers
(2005) Rainwater, Hestia Publishers
(2005) Lost Island, Hestia Publishers
(2003) Stories of Sin and Sanctity, Hestia Publishers
(2003) Night Story, Hestia Publishers
(2002) The Great Litany, Hestia Publishers
(2001) History of the Greeks, Hestia Publishers
(1999) Jungerman and His Last Days, Hestia Publishers
(1999) Jungerman and His Last Days, Hestia Publishers
(1999) Bandits at the Outskirts of Athens, Kastaniotis
(1993) Youth Stories, Hestia Publishers
(1991) From East to West, Kastaniotis
(1988) Death and Thodoros, Hestia Publishers
 
Participation in collective Works
(2009) Anthology of 20th Century Greek Short Stories, Kastaniotis
(2009) Piraeus
(1999) Four-Person Novel, Hestia Publishers

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