With The Help Of The Princess Ariadne And Other Friends In The Palace At Crete, Theseus Enters The Labyrinth And Slays The Hideous Minotaur, Thus Spearheading The Resistance Of The Athenian People Against King Minos
Nikos Kazantzakis Greek was a prolific Greek writer, whose works include essays, novels, poems, tragedies, travel books, and translations of such classics as Dante s The Divine Comedy and J.W von Goethe s Faust Like his hero, Odysseus, Kazantzakis lived most of his artistic life outside Greece except for the years of World War II I am a mariner of Odysseus with heart of fire but with mind ruthless and clear, Kazantzakis wrote in TODA RABA 1934 Several of the author s novels deal with the history and culture of his own country, and the mystical relationship between man and God In 1957 he lost the Nobel Prize by a single vote to the French writer Albert Camus.
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- At the Palaces of Knossos
- Nikos Kazantzakis
- 10 February 2017 Nikos Kazantzakis