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  • Scorn not, her complexity
    Author: Constantinos Kallimachos
    Publisher: eAnagnosis
    ISBN: 978-960-9637-05-3
    The few Cypriot children, including our own daughter, who suffer from severe intractable epilepsy can be saved and lead a dignified life, even if only because after every serious relapse, they are hospitalized under the care of pediatric neurologists. This is the story of such a child - our daughter.

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  • Scorn not, her complexity
    Author: Constantinos Kallimachos
    Publisher: eAnagnosis
    ISBN: 978-960-9637-05-3
    The few Cypriot children, including our own daughter, who suffer from severe intractable epilepsy can be saved and lead a dignified life, even if only because after every serious relapse, they are hospitalized under the care of pediatric neurologists. This is the story of such a child - our daughter.

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  • Dubliner
    Author: James Joyce
    Publisher: eAnagnosis
    ISBN:
    Dubliners is a revelation. In this collection readers may glance at the development of the unsurpassed James Joyce from his literary beginnings until he reached full maturity. Originally published in 1914 after a long series of disappointments and battles with the censorship, Joyce¢s volume of short stories is a veritable panorama of the author¢s unique writing skills. Within each story, the reader can discern the search for a national identity and the dilemmas facing  all social classes of the Irish capital.
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  • Metamorphosis
    Author: Franz Kafka
    Publisher: eAnagnosis
    ISBN:
    Kafka¢s unparalleled rendering of claustrophobic darkness and existential impasses needs no commendations. In Metamorphosis, readers will at first experience a deep feeling of revulsion for  Gregor, the young travelling salesman-turned giant insect. Is it possible for a family to sympathise for the plight of one member? Is it possible for the human being trapped in an insect¢s body to understand his new obligation towards the family? In the end, the metamorphosis leads to catharsis and once the road bend is turned life begins anew.
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  • Intentions
    Author: Oscar Wild
    Publisher: eAnagnosis
    ISBN:
    Intentions is a collection of essays and dialogues by Oscar Wilde first published in 1891. It contains many important theoretical propositions by the author concerning life, art and the interrelation between the two. Of special interest is the Socratic dialogue between Vivian and Cyril on Aestheticism, as it was significantly revised for the 1891 edition and thus presents more mature and complete arguments on either side.
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  • The Seagull
    Author: Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
    Publisher: eAnagnosis
    ISBN:
    Chekhov¢s play The Seagull was branded a ¡modernist¢ affair, unintelligible for both critics and cast during its first run. The premiere, on the 17th October of 1896, was one of the most famous disasters on the city¢s artistic scene. It was only much later, in Yalta, that Chekhov received Stanislavsky and the Moscow Art Theatre with a production of Ôhe Seagull. Such names as Olga Knipper and Vsevolod Meyerhold starred in MAT¢s production, which has since been deemed ¡one of the greatest new developments in the history of world drama¢ (Rudnitsky, 1981).
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  • Master and man
    Author: Leo Tolstoy
    Publisher: eAnagnosis
    ISBN:
    Master and Man is a powerful declaration of faith; faith in the benign spirituality of humankind; faith in the altruism that runs deep within the human psyche and transcends social class and breeding. The usually drunk peasant Nikita – whose stoicism towards life and its adventures is admirable – joins his master, the affluent landowner Vasilyi Andreevich Brekhunov, for a short trip through a forest on a snowy day. The people they meet along the way, the company they keep each other, the revelation towards the end, all are rendered in Tolstoy¢s sublimely insightful short story so powerfully that 21st-century readers would never feel alienated by the time that has passed since its publication in 1895.
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  • Prometheus Bound, The Seven Against Thebes
    Author: Aeschylus
    Publisher: eAnagnosis
    ISBN:
    Prometheus Bound
    Like a microscopy of Greek cosmogony, Prometheus Bound features a succession of olden deities, Olympians and – finally – a mortal haunted by Zeus¢s lust: This is a drama detailing the human condition and the trappings of mortality as seen from a Titan; a scene set for a unique story that spans over twelve generations.
    The Seven Against Thebes
    Resonating with obscure references to an ancient Akkadian epic, this play recounts a story of war and death. Two armies facing each other during a siege of a city with seven gates are each led by one of four siblings whose tragic story found its way to Etruscan art and later became a paradigm for savage drama.
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