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Chrysa Spyropoulou in 2nd International Literature Festival of Ordu

Greek author Chrysa Spyropoulou will participate in the 2nd International Literature Festival hosted in the city of Ordu, Turkey from the 20th to the 23rd of October 2011. The Greek representative will refer to the Asia Minor catastrophe as presented in Greek Literature and to detective stories.

Authors from Finland, Hungary, Albania, Croatia, Ukraine and other European countries will also take part in the event.

Chrysa Spyropoulou was born in Serres in 1957. She studied Classic and English Philology and works as a teacher in High School. She is also writing for several Greek literature journals.

Some of her original works are: The Ancient Greek World Reflected in the Poetry of Zoe Kareli: A Study (ASE ed., Thessaloniki 1988), Anagnoseis: Dokimia (Prosperos Ed., Athens 1992), Omichli sti Limni (Panos Ed., Athens 1998). She has also translated following books: Aloe by Kathrin Mansfield (Panos Ed., Athens 1993), Carol, a novel by Patricia Highsmith (Prosperos Ed., Athens 1993), and The Two Brothers Of Different Sex, a Chinese story translated into Greek from English (Panos Ed., Athens 1995).

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