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The Macedonian Conflict : Ethnic Nationalism in a Transnational World
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The Macedonian Conflict : Ethnic Nationalism in a Transnational World

By Danforth,Loring

Princeton, NJ: Princeton U.P., 1995. "Greeks and Macedonians today are engaged in a heated dispute over claims to a single identity. Anthropologist and author Loring Danforth examines the Macedonian conflict in light of contemporary theoretical work on ethnic cultural identity and the role of the state in building a nation. The conflict is set in the broader context of Balkan history and in the more narrow context of the recent disintegration of Yugoslavia." Includes the opinions and experiences of emigrant Greeks, Macedonians etc. in Australia, Canada etc. 273p. illus.bibliography.index. Soft Cover. New.

$30.00

The Macedonian Conflict : Ethnic Nationalism in a Transnational World
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The Macedonian Conflict : Ethnic Nationalism in a Transnational World

By Danforth,Loring

Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1995. Greeks and Macedonians are presently engaged in an often heated dispute involving competing claims to a single identity. Each group asserts that they, and they alone, have the right to identify themselves as Macedonians. The Greek government denies the existence of a Macedonian nation and insists that all Macedonians are Greeks, while Macedonians vehemently assert their existence as a unique people. Here Loring Danforth examines the Macedonian conflict in light of contemporary theoretical work on ethnic nationalism, the construction of national identities and cultures, the invention of tradition, and the role of the state in the process of building a nation. The conflict is set in the broader context of Balkan history and in the more narrow context of the recent disintegration of Yugoslavia. Danforth focuses on the transnational dimension of the global cultural war taking place between Greeks and Macedonians both in the Balkans and in the diaspora. He analyzes two issues in particular: the struggle for human rights of the Macedonian minority in northern Greece and the campaign for international recognition of the newly independent Republic of Macedonia. The book concludes with a detailed analysis of the construction of identity at an individual level among immigrants from northern Greece who have settled in Australia, where multiculturalism is an official policy. People from the same villages, members of the same families, living in the northern suburbs of Melbourne have adopted different national identities 273p. illus.bibliography.index. Reprint. Soft Cover. As New.

$30.00

Papers on the Greek Community

By Ontario Ministry of Culture & Recreation

Toronto: Queen's Printer, 1974. Presentations given at the Greek Intercultural Seminar held at St.Barnabas Anglican Church March 29th.1974. Sponsored by the Multicultural Development Branch of the Ontario Ministry of Culture & Recreation. 25p. Original document now enclosed in a 3 ring folder [WorldCat lists NO copies in the USA]. Soft Cover. Very Good. Brochure/Pamphlet.

$25.00

Mermaids and Ikons : A Greek Summer

By MacEwen, Gwendolyn

Toronto: Anansi, 1978. "MacEwen explores her strongly personal responses to a complex civilization in this, her first non-fiction book. Moving from the urban tumult of modern Athens to the radiant simplicity of an island in the Aegean [it] evokes the very spirit of Greece - the exuberance of the people, the sun-drenched landscape, the shaping power of ancient tradititions and myths in Mediterranean life." Athens ,Mycenae,,Mystras,Olympia and the Aegean islands seen through the eyes of the Canadian poet visiting there with her Greek husband Nikos Tsingos.. 1st Can Ed. Soft Cover. Fine.

$95.00

The Canadian Odyssey : The Greek Experience in Canada.Series : Generations : A History of Canada's Peoples)

By Chimbos,Peter D.

Toronto: McClelland & Stewart , 1980. Comprehensive survey of the history and development of the Greek community on Canada. HC. 196p. illus.tables.bibliography.index. . 1st Can Ed. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.

$45.00

Commemorative Album 1996

By Prophitis Elias Greek Orthodox Church, Mississauga

Mississauga: Profitis Elias Church, 1996. Issued on the occasion of the move of the Greek Orthodox Church to new premises in Mississauga 1996.89p. illus . First Edition. Original Wraps. New. Brochure/Pamphlet.

$12.50

Mermaids and Ikons : A Greek Summer

By MacEwen, Gwendolyn

Toronto: Anansi, 1978. "MacEwen explores her strongly personal responses to a complex civilization in this, her first non-fiction book. Moving from the urban tumult of modern Athens to the radiant simplicity of an island in the Aegean [it] evokes the very spirit of Greece - the exuberance of the people, the sun-drenched landscape, the shaping power of ancient tradititions and myths in Mediterranean life." Athens ,Mycenae,,Mystras,Olympia and the Aegean islands seen through the eyes of the Canadian poet visiting there with her Greek husband Nikos Tsingos.. 1st Can Ed. Soft Cover. Near Fine.

$55.00

For Greece A Tear : The Story of the Greek War Relief Fund in Canada.

By Macdonald, Florence [Flora]

Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 195. Describes the activities in Canada for assistance to occupied Greece in WW II, Medical supplies , consignments of food, especially Canadian Wheat, for famine relief, and later aid sent after the earthquakes in 1953.Illustrated with contemporary photographs 193p. plates tables (Flora Macdonald's later career included becoming a well respected Member of the Canadian Parliament and Minister) Typed letter from "The Greek War Relief Find" laid in . 1st Can Ed. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.

$65.00

Various Positions : A Life of Leonard Cohen

By Nadel, Ira B.

Toronto: Random House of Canada, 1996. Biography of Canadian poet and songwriter Leonard Cohen, includes an interesting account of his life on the island of Hydra. 325p. illus.index. Transparent dj as issued . 1st Can Ed. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$40.00

Oi Kalitechnes Tis Mnemes (The Memory Artists)

By Moore, Jeffrey

Athens: Empeiria Ekdotike, 2006. Translation into Greek of "The Memory Atists"by Canadian novelist Jeffery Moore which won the Canadian Authors' Association Award. "A riotously inventive work, the novel interweaves first- and third-person narration, journal extracts and pseudo-scientific endnotes, supposedly linked by a ghostwriter. Memory, whether the total recall suffered by Noel Burun, or its loss to Alzheimer's, as suffered by his mother Stella, are the keynotes of a story that visits the wilder shores of conventional and alternative pharmacological research and experiment. Noel, Stella, sinister neuropsychologist Dr Emile Vorta, beautiful, distressed Samira, soft-hearted nerd JJ and dissolute Norval bounce off each other in an ingenious tale shot through with hilarity. " . 1st Greek Ed.. French Wraps. New Book from Greece. Illus. by Trans. Vania Lamprinidou.

$45.00

Motion Sickness: a Memoir
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Motion Sickness: a Memoir

By Layton, David

Toronto: Macfarlane, Walter & Ross, 1999. "During David's disjointed upbringing, the comings and goings of his parents (famous Canadian poet Irving Layton and Aviva) are unannounced and unpredictable, their extramarital affairs unacknowledged but undeniable, their eventual parting no less painful for being in the best interests of all concerned. Leonard Cohen, meanwhile, is an equally enigmatic figure, the dark troubadour, suave mystic, and family friend whom Irving views as his true spiritual son and at whose home on the island of Hydra the story finds its inevitable resolution."..."...is about surviving the loneliness of youth...about the wellsprings of art and creativity...the erosion of a celebrated marriage...And it's an unforgettably moving portrait of one of the mad gods of Canadian letters." (describes visits to Hydra and Lesbos) 343p. small illustrations. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. As New/As New.

$40.00

Five Canadian Poets in Greece : Dudek, Gustafson,Layton, Purdy,Solway : A Bi-Lingual Edition (IN GREEK and in English)

By Sampson, Theodore (Ed)

Athens: Seagull lPublications/ G.Giannikos & Co., 1996. An anthology of poems by Canadian authors ( Louis Dudek, Ralph Gustafson, Irving Layton,Al Purdy and David Solway) who have been influenced by their visits to Greece and their reading of Greek literature. 131p. Autograph inscription by Editor inside front cover. Signed by Author. 1st Greek Edition. Original Wraps. Fine.

$55.00

Motion Sickness: a Memoir
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Motion Sickness: a Memoir

By Layton, David

Toronto: Stoddart, 1999. "During David's disjointed upbringing, the comings and goings of his parents (famous Canadian poet Irving Layton and Aviva) are unannounced and unpredictable, their extramarital affairs unacknowledged but undeniable, their eventual parting no less painful for being in the best interests of all concerned. Leonard Cohen, meanwhile, is an equally enigmatic figure, the dark troubadour, suave mystic, and family friend whom Irving views as his true spiritual son and at whose home on the island of Hydra the story finds its inevitable resolution."..."...is about surviving the loneliness of youth...about the wellsprings of art and creativity...the erosion of a celebrated marriage...And it's an unforgettably moving portrait of one of the mad gods of Canadian letters." (describes visits to Hydra and Lesbos) 343p. small illustrations. First Pbk.Ed.. Soft Cover. New.

$20.00

Ancient Greece at the Turn of the Millennium: Recent Work and Future Perspectives.

By Kennell, Nigel M. & Tomlinson, Jonathan E. (eds)

Athens: Canadian Archaeological Institute at Athens, 2005. Proceedings of the Athens Symposium, 18-20 May 2001 (Publications of the Canadian Archaeological Institute at Athens, No. 4, 2005). First Edition. Soft Cover. New Book from Greece.

$30.00

One Room in a Castle : Letters From Spain, France & Greece

By Connelly, Karen

Toronto: Turnstone Press, 1995. Observant young Canadian writer and her involvement with the people and places she encountered in Europe. She lived in Greece on the island of Lesbos Signed by author on title page. . Signed by Author. 1st.Can Ed.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

$17.50

The Greek for Love : A Memoir of Corfu
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The Greek for Love : A Memoir of Corfu

By Chatto, James

Toronto: Random House of Canada, 2005. "...as Chatto's eloquent memoir ... touchingly reveals ...their deep connection to Corfu and its people sustained them through tragedy just as it had carried them into love" 316p.. 1st Can Ed. Hard Cover. New/New.

$15.00

Always Ask for a Transfer

By Kasper,Nancy

Thomas Nelson., 1984. "Shuffled from one foster home to another, 14-year-old Willy is suspicious and bitter. Will things be any better for him and his sister Laura in the traditional Greek immigrant home of Dino and Yota Bazos?". Two children are given a foster home with a Greek couple near Pape and Danforth in Toronto,a nice story with local colour. Pbk. 124p. illus.. Pbk. New.

$20.00

Making a Difference : Canadian Multicultural Literatures

By Kamboureli, Smaro (Ed

Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1996. "A landmark anthology ...offers a wide range of writing styles in fiction and poetry, with a focus on Native and immigrant experiences, and the complex spectrum of cultural differences." This first comprehensive anthology of ethnic and aboriginal writing in Canada offers a wide range of writing styles in fiction and poetry, with a focus on Native and immigrant experiences, ethnic ancestry, and the complex spectrum of cultural differences. It begins with the first ethnic authors who wrote ethnic literature in English, and includes established and new voices that have made a difference to our understanding of Canadian identity.457p. bibliography.index. Includes poem by Zaffi Gousopoulos pp.532-533.. 1st.Can Ed.. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$30.00

O Odegos Tou Neophermenou gia tis Ypereseis Tou Ontario (IN GREEK)

By Ontario Ministry of Culture & Recreation

Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Culture & Recreation, 1976. Greek language version of the guide to government services in Ontario, published in many languages for new immigrants .Corrections slip laid in . Original Wraps. Very Good.

$15.00

Shadow Maker : The Life of Gwendolyn MacEwen

By Sullivan, Rosemary

New York: Harper/Perennial, 1996. Biography of Canadian poet, playwright and novelist Gwen MacEwen, includes her marriage in Greece to Nikos Tsingos, involvement in the Greek community on the Danforth, experiences in Greece and her translations of Greek literature. 406p. illus.index Signed on title page. Signed by Author. 1st.Can Ed.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

$30.00

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