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Ioánnou, Giórgos


Ιωάννου, Γιώργος, 1927-1985



 

Yorgos Ioannou was born in Thessaloniki, in 1927. He studied at the Faculty of Philosophy at the Aristoteleion University of Thessaloniki and worked as teacher for many years. He first appeared on the Modern Greek literary scene with two collections of poems, but soon devoted himself to prose writing. His first collections of prose established him as the founder of autobiographical fiction.

 
Works found in the Biblionet database
(2000) Ten Unpubished Letters to Christos Samuelidis 1949-1951, Hestia Publishers
(2000) The Unedited Diary of Nazi Occupation, Hestia Publishers
(1999) The Only Inheritance, Kedros Publishers
(1999) The Sarcophagus, Kedros Publishers
(1998) Adolescents´ and Non-Adolescents´ , Kedros Publishers
(1997) Refugee Capital, Kedros Publishers
(1997) For Dignity´s Sake, Kedros Publishers
(1997) Refugee Capital, Kedros Publishers
(1996) Funereal Lament, Kedros Publishers
(1995) Good Friday Vigil, Kedros Publishers
(1995) The Only Inheritance, Kedros Publishers
(1993) The One Thousand Trees, Kedros Publishers
(1992) Our Own Blood, Kedros Publishers
(1991) Multiple Fractures, Hestia Publishers
(1989) Trapdoor, Kedros Publishers
(1988) Omonoia 1980, Kedros Publishers
(1988) The Hen´s Egg, Kedros Publishers
(1986) Flammable Country, Kedros Publishers
(1986) Love of Nature, Kedros Publishers
(1978) Leaflet 1, Hestia Publishers [author, editor]
(1978) Leaflet 2, Hestia Publishers [author, editor]
 
Participation in collective Works
(2009) Anthology of 20th Century Greek Short Stories, Kastaniotis
 
Traslations
(2007) Euripides, Iphigenia in Taurus, Kedros Publishers

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