|Name Dimitris Psathas||Role Playwright|
|Died November 13, 1979, Athens, Greece|
Books Mantam Sousou: chioumoristiko mythistorema
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Dimitris Psathas (Greek: Δημήτρης Ψαθάς; 1907-13 November 1979) was a famous modern Greek satirist and playwright. He was born in Trabzon of Pontos in 1907 and died in Athens in 1979.
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He went to Athens in 1923 and finished his studies whereby he devoted himself to both journalism and the theatre. In 1937, he published his first book Justice is in a good mood and the next year his next book Justice is in a bad mood. However, he became widely known with his book Madam Sousou. He wrote many theatrical plays with great success. He also wrote a 500-page historical chronicle about the resistance of his compatriots entitled Land of Pontos in 1996.