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16.04.2008 - Interpretation von dali48
Odysseus - the seafarer, the Homeric poem's hero, alive with the spirit of freedom, with defiant intrepidity, enterprise, and an insatiable appetite for all the adventures and sensuous experiences that the seas and isles of Greece can offer... - The components in the name (Elytis) are to serve as a reminder of the Greek words for Greece (Ellas), hope (elpidha), freedom (eleftheria) and the mythical woman who is the personification of beauty, erotic sensuality and female allure, Helena (Eleni). Eros and Heros are closely connected in Elytis's world of poetry or myth... - Sensuality and light irradiate Elytis's poetry. The perceptible world is vividly present and overwhelming in its wealth of freshness and astonishing experiences... - It is a moral act of invocation of the kind to be found so many times in Greek history, from the present-day struggles for freedom against fascist or other oppression far back through the centuries to the heroic phase of the classical era... (O. Elytis, Press R. 1979)
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