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Dimoulá, Kikí

Δημουλά, Κική, 1931-

Prix Européen de Littérature, Strasbourg [2009]
Great National Literary Prize [2010]

Kiki Dimoula was born in Athens in 1931 and worked for the Bank of Greece from 1949 to 1974. She published her first collection of poems in 1962 but later withdrew it from circulation and has since published eleven volumes of verse. Poems of hers have been translated into French, English, German, Spanish, Italian and Swedish. Her work has won many distinctions: the Second State Poetry Award for The Little of the World in 1972; the First State Poetry Award for Farewell Never in 1989; the Athens Academy’s Kostas and Eleni Ouranis Award for Lethe’s Adolescence in 1995; and the Athens Academy’s Literary Aristeio for her entire oeuvre in 2001. Kiki Dimoula became a full member of the Athens Academy in 2002.

Works found in the Biblionet database
(2013) We’ve Moved Next Door, Ikaros
(2012) Erlebt, Ikaros
(2010) Erlebt, Ikaros
(2007) Encounter, Ikaros
(2005) The Sound of Distancing, Ikaros
(2005) Poems, Ikaros
(2005) Glasshouse Grass, Ikaros
(1998) One Minute Together, Ikaros
Participation in collective Works
(2001) Volos, Metaichmio

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