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Loula Anagnostaki

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Native name  Loula Anagnostake
Name  Loula Anagnostaki

Role  Writer
Relatives  Manolis Anagnostakis
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Born  ca. 1935-1940 Thessaloniki, Greece
Alma mater  Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Education  Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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Loula Anagnostaki (born ca 1935-1940) is a Greek writer. Her surname also appears as Anagnostakē.

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Early life and education

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She was born in Thessaloniki. She is the sister of poet Manolis Anagnostakis. She earned a law degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Career

Her first three one act plays were performed in 1965 and published in 1974: Dianyktereusē (Overnight stop), Polé (The City) and Parelasé (Parade). Her works have been performed by the National Theatre of Greece and by Karolos Koun's Art Theatre, as well as in Cyprus, France, England, Italy and Poland.

Selected works

  • E Synanastrophē (Social encounter), play (1967)
  • Antonio ē to menyma (Antonio or the message), play (1972)
  • Nikē (Victory), play (1978)
  • E Kaseta (The cassette), play (1983)
  • O Ihos Tou Oplou (The sound of the gun), play (1986)
  • References

    Loula Anagnostaki Wikipedia