New York: Washington Square Press, 1984. Compact and comprehensive way of identifying ancient Greeks in their context. 457p. Maps, Genealogical tables, bibliography, index.. First Pbk.Ed.. Pbk. Near Fine.
Garden City: Doubleday, 1970. Papandreou's own account of the events leading up to April 21st.1967 and the rule of the military junta, and his own imprisonment and eventual release. 338p.. 1st UK Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good, Price Clipped.
London: Andre Deutsch, 1971. Papandreou's own account of the events leading up to April 21st.1967 and the rule of the military junta, and his own imprisonment and eventual release. 338p.. 1st UK Edition. Hard Cover. As New/Fine.
New York: HarperOne, 2013. "On a rainy morning in early 2003, Nia Vardalos found out that she had been nominated for an Oscar for writing the sceenplay for My Big, Fat Greek Wedding . But her mind was not on champagne and celebratory cheer. Instead, she was alone, en route to a fertility clinic, trying yet again for another chance at motherhood. In her attempts to make a baby, Vardalos tried everything from drinking daily jugs of green-mud-tea to voodoo-doll-like acupuncture, to working with two surrogates. All the while she was trying to advance her film career, writing films while dodging questions from family, friends, and Hollywood reporters who continually asked Where s the baby? She decided to try adoption and discovered Foster Family Agencies, meeting social workers and eventually getting paired up with a three year old girl with blonde streaks in her hair who she knew, instantly, was her daughter. With her signature wit and candor, in Instant Mom Vardalos opens up about what came next - the heartaches and smiles, tears and laughter that all make up what it means to be a parent. Filled with stories about Vardalos life in the Hollywood scene - she counts Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and Sean Hayes as friends - and her unique take on the tough but often hilarious moments that make up motherhood, Instant Mom is about how stubborn optimism can work in one's favor, and how it was this very optimism that brought Nia to her daughter against all of the odds.. 1st US Edition. Hardcover. New/New.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1968. "...the wife of Nikos Kazantzakis - novelist,poet,philosopher .....- has set out to record the life,the work,the thoughts the loves,of a major figure in world literature." 598p.plates.index Review copy with note tipped in "with compliments of Eve Orpen" . First US Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine - Price Clipped. Illus. by Trans. Amy Mims.
Athens: Panepistemiakes Ekdoseis Kretes/ Ekdoseis Ethnos, 2014. Autobiography of Mikis Theodorakis .Volume 1 of 3. Preface by Stavros Zoumboulakis. Edited by Spyros Karachristos.496p + 22 pages of photographs. Re-issue. Softcover. As New.
Athens: Panepistemiakes Ekdoseis Kretes/ Ekdoseis Ethnos, 2014. Autobiography of Mikis Theodorakis .Volume 2 of 3. Edited by Spyros Karachristos. [ pages 500-944 ] . Re-issue. Softcover. As New.
Athens: Ekdoseis Okeanida , 1999. Edited by Vangelis Athanasopoulos..Elizabeth Moutzan - Martinegou (1801-1832) was the first woman novelist in modern Greece but never saw her work published in her lifetime. The "Autobiography" is of a young woman of the bourgeoisie in the Ionian Islands [Zakynthos] not able to take part in the intellectual life of the town but forced to live in seclusion in her father's house What is remarkable is that she taught herself to write in Greek, Italian and French at a time when girls were not given any education except in domestic skills. 197p. glossary . Reissue. Hard Cover. New/New.
Athens: Livanis, 2008. A book full of drama .... the great actors of the modern Greek stage : Horn - Karezi - Vouyiouklaki - Alexandrakis - Fotopoulos - Iliopoulos - Minotis - Paxinou - Melina - Kourkoulos, but also: Laskaris - Karagiannis - Lazopoulos - Zouni - Valtinos - Dassin and others . From poverty and mud cafes in the province to the crowds,opulence and splendor of the great musical theaters of the capital. Laughter and tears, Joy and sorrow. Successes but also failures, Youth and old age,. Life and death ... 327p. illus. . 1st Greek Edition. French Wraps. New Book from Greece.
Athens: Panepistemiakes Ekdoseis Kretes/ Ekdoseis Ethnos, 2014. Autobiography by Theodorakis describing his activities 1968-1996 and the effects of the supression of his music and imprisonment under the Junta .Volume 4 of 4 . . First Thus. Softcover. As New.
Baltimore: University of Georgia Press, 1989. Translation of the autobiography of Elizabeth Moutzan - Martinegou (1801-1832) who was the first woman novelist in modern Greece, but who never saw her work published in her lifetime. The "Autobiography" is of a young woman of the bourgeoisie in the Ionian Islands [Zakynthos] not able to take part in the intellectual life of the town but forced to live in seclusion in her father's house What is remarkable is that she taught herself to write in Greek, Italian and French at a time when girls were not given any education except in domestic skills.of a young girl in Zakynthos (1800-1830) - remarkablein that she taught herself to write in Greek, Italian and French at a time when girls were not given any education except for training in domestic skills.. 1st.US Ed.. Hard Cover. As New/As New. Illus. by Trans. Helen Dendrinou Kolias.
Athens: Panepistemiakes Ekdoseis Kretes/ Ekdoseis Ethnos, 2014. Autobiography of Mikis Theodorakis .Volume 3 of 3. Edited by Spyros Karachristos. Includes list of his works 1950-1954 . [Pages 449- 1180] Index to all 3 volumes . Re-issue. Softcover. As New.
Athens: Ekdoseis Papazese, 1989. A police officer fired by the Junta in 1967, the author emigrated to Australia until 1977 . He was involved in PAK and with the activities of Andreas Papandreou.From 1975 to 1977 was special secretary of the "Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria" and was Organizational Secretary of PASOK Melbourne. In 1977 he returned to the Police force and was seconded to the personal safety of Andreas Papandreou in Kastri, and later head of personal security of the Prime Minister and in 1984 and was director of the Security Service. This is his account ofv events during that period. 319p. illus [ + facsimiles of letters, articles and documents. Text complete and clean, but this copy of the book is slightly bent . Donor inscription on ffep [WorldCat lists only 4 copies in the USA]. 1st Greek Edition. Softcover. Good.
Athens: Rea Media, 2015. Reminiscences of the famous Greek writer, painter and iconographer Photios Apostolelis about his origins in Aivali in Asia Minor. 416p, illus. Originally published in 1962 this is a facsimile of the edition from Ekdoseis Ankyra, Athens in 2009. Error slip laid in on p192 Donor inscription on ffep.. Reissue. French Wraps. Very Good.
Paris / Athens: Presses Universitaires De Paris /Ekdoseis Gavriliidis, 2006. Text in Greek and French, preface de Corinne Alexandre-Garner. 275p.. First Thus. French Wraps. Fine. Illus. by Translated by Barbara Papastavrou-Koroniotakis.
London: The Right Book Club. , 1938. Interesting personal memories of Prince Christopher, youngest son of King George I of Greece and Queen Olga. Incldes family photographs. Political observations rather lacking, though noticably not in favour of Venizelos. Cloth binding. 287p. Illus.index. Paper slightly age toned, else fine. First Thus. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good, Slight Chips.
Mokelumne Hill, CA: Health Research, 1964. Apollonius of Tyana. The philosopher-reformer of the first century A.D.A critical study of the only existing record of his life with some account of the war of opinion concerning him and an introduction on the religious associations and brotherhoods of the times and the possible influence of Indian thought on Greece Facsimile of the edition originally published 1901 by the Theosophical Publishing Society, London * Benares. 159p. Some underlingings, but otherwise neat and crisp.. Facsimile Reprint. Comb Binding. Very Good.
Washington: American Hellenic Institute Foundation, 2005. "A powerful autobiography set in the turbulent decade of 1940s Greece. Through the eyes of an impressionable and intelligent young man who came of age in a time of world war, foreign occupation, resistance, and civil war, we witness the tragedy and trauma suffered by Greece. While uniquely personal, this is also the story of young Greeks cast unwillingly into the ambivalences and horrors of WWII.The authors descriptions are vivid and convincing. Against a rigorously researched backdrop of the key historical events, we see youthful idealism being forcibly reconciled to the realities of hunger, brutality, dissension, and death. With a keen eye for detail, and reflecting on the mundane as well as the profound, we watch as Greece patriotically fends off foreign invasion and survives years of harsh occupation, but gullibly and disastrously succumbs to the blandishments of utopians.". 1st US Ed.. Hard Cover. New Book from Publisher/New.
Brantford, ON: Cavern of Dreams Publishing., 2008. Helen Jones was born on March 5, 1921, in Alexandria, Egypt. Her parents left Greece in the early 1900s, during the time when Alexandrias streets were said to be paved in gold. During WWII, Helen met her husband, Bill Jones, who was an Airman in the R.A.F. They were married in Alexandria on January 8, 1945 and then moved to England where Bills family lived. In 1948, Bill and Helen immigrated to Brantford, Ontario, Canada. Helen was heavily involved in community throughout her entire life. She was widowed in 1992. (This is ...an autobiography of Helen Jone's life - her early years in Alexandria, Egypt, her work during the war years, her marriage to a Welsh soldier, her life in England and finally to her life in Brantford, Ontario. Helen was very involved in the community, helping to found the core-french program in Brant County, and working closely with the the Canadian Mental Health Association to promote awareness of schizophrenia. Helen was well travelled as well, enjoying her life to the fullest." 287p. illus. . 1st Can Ed. Soft Cover. New Book from Publisher.
Washington: American Hellenic Institute, 2010. '... the first comprehensive and up-to-date presentation of 63 extraordinary individuals who share not only a Greek heritage, but also the same passion to fulfill their ambitions....Each person is portrayed in a four-page section with portrait and documentary photographs, along with biographical information, exclusively made for this edition. The Foreword is written by Senator Olympia J. Snowe, and the Historical Matrix by historian Speros Vryonis.People portrayed in the book include: Theoni Aldredge, Helene Alexopoulos, Kary Antholis, Stephen Antonakos, Theodore Antoniou, George Argyros, Andrew Athens, George Behrakis, Lily Haseotes Bentas, John Brademas, Sylvia Mathew Burwell, Plato Cacheris, John Calamos, John Catsimatidis, Chryssa, Peter Diamandis, Andreas Dracopoulos, Michael Dukakis, Jeffrey Eugenides, Nicholas Gage, Sid Ganis, Peter Georgiopoulos, Jim Gianopulos, Elias Gyftopoulos, George Hatsopoulos, Matina Horner, Melina Kanakaredes, Christine Kondoleon, Costas Kondylis, Stamatios Krimigis, Ted Leonsis, George Lois, Dean Metropoulos, George Mitchell, Dimitri Nanopoulos, John Negroponte, Michel Negroponte, Nicholas Negroponte, Alexander Nehamas, John Pappajohn, Aristides Patrinos, George Pelecanos, Peter Peterson, Harry Mark Petrakis, Barbara Spyridon Pope, John Psarouthakis, Michael Psilakis, Gene Rossides, Paul Sarbanes, Olympia Snowe, Dean Spanos, Chris Spyrou, George Stephanopoulos, Dean Tavoularis, Taki Theodoracopulos, William Tragos, Angelo Tsakopoulos, Andreas Tzakis, Nia Vardalos, John Varvatos, Speros Vryonis, Ioannis Yannas, and Nicholas Zervas.. 1st.US Ed.. Hard Cover. New Book from Publisher. Illus. by Photographs by Maria Yanna.