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Karkavitsas, Andreas (also, A. Karkavitzas). Born in in Lekhaina; died Oct. 24,in Amarousion, near Athens. Greek writer. In Karkavitsas’ short stories (first published, ; reissued in a collection, ) and novellas (for example, Ligeri, ), he idealized rural life and expressed an interest in folklore.
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ISBN: Original title: Συμπόσιον. Απολογία Σωκράτους Language: Dutch Subject: Ancient Greek Literature Bibliographic entry only - book ?cpage=NODE&printer=&cnode=&act=Αναζήτηση.
Andreas Karkavitsas (Greek: Ανδρέας Καρκαβίτσας) was a Greek was born in the town of Lechaina in the modern Ilia Prefecture.
He studied medicine and, as an army doctor, travelled across a great range of villages and settlements, from which he recorded traditions and :// I’ll take “modern Greece” to refer to the independent Greek state, so approximately from the early 19th century onward.
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