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Manolis Pratikakis

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Occupation  poet
Role  Poet
Name  Manolis Pratikakis
Period  1974–present
Nationality  Greek

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Manolis Pratikakis (Greek: Μανόλης Πρατικάκης; born 1943) is an award winning Greek poet. He read Medicine at the University of Athens and he is a practicing neurologist and psychiatrist. His first collection of poems was published in 1974; he belongs to the so-called Genia tou 70, which is a literary term referring to Greek authors who began publishing their work during the 1970s, especially towards the end of the Greek military junta of 1967-1974 and at the first years of the Metapolitefsi. For his collection of poems Το νερό, in 2003, he received the Greek National Book Award.

Selected Poetry

  • Ποίηση 1971-1974 (Poetry 1971-1974), 1974
  • Οι παραχαράκτες (The Counterfeiters), 1976
  • Λιβιδώ (Libido), 1978
  • Η παραλοϊσμένη (The Demented), 1980
  • Γενεαλογία (Genealogy), 1984
  • Το νερό (The Water), 2002
  • Ποιήματα 1984-2000 (Poems 1984-2000), 2003
  • References

    Manolis Pratikakis Wikipedia


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