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The Passenger

The Passenger



Giorgos Glykofrydis

Nefeli, 2006
549 p.
ISBN 960-211-790-7, ISBN-13 978-960-211-790-3, [In Print]
Price € 23,34

August 1965. Wannsee lake. Berlin. A family trying to escape breaks into pieces. Unspoken violence. Unspoken deaths. Unspoken scars. October 1986. West Berlin. Athens. Tucson. A group of students. The remain of the family trying to unite again. An escape again. Unspoken thrill. Unspoken trips. Unspoken love. November 1994. Florence. Three people. Unspoken relations. Unspoken passion. August 2002. Syros island. Greece. Someone return. Unspoken end. The uneven burst of the machineguns, the crashed heads on the hard-cast walls, the coming back of old nights with his tongue intelligent organ tracing a rebelled body, and someone’s return, who wants to claim what he counted as his, or something more… Like the one he had lost, like the one that was abandoned with broken jaw facing the ground on the damp grass of the garden. It is the unbelievable story of Nikos and Stella, a floating adventure, born under the remaining filthy breaths of the Second World War, trespassing the Berlin Wall, riding through reshaping Europe, watching the old and the new violence unwind, conquering people, cities, and places, and searching to regenerate love. George Glykofrydis lived in West Berlin during the period when the city was still cut in two parts. As any myth, also this one is based on true events. (Foreign rights: Iris Literary Agency-Catherine Fragou, irislit@otenet.gr)

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