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TODA-RABA

TODA-RABA

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"The Russia after the First World War at the mercy of the Revolution: the great hope mixed with this passionate confusion where hereafter everything seems possible: the happiness of the people, and, even better, the happiness of every being, which is none other than true, complete realization of each. Yes, Russia is now an exciting theater where man is perhaps clear up the deep, the final face.


"This regenerative goal would, for the most demanding hearts, for the brightest minds, the great magic and the big question. The Gide leaves for the sake of the pleasure of narcissistic art. Soul brave and noble Kazantzakis takes in turn the way. Whatever is in him, the whole world suffers in it, pouring to that embody the great hope: Lenin. "Such is Grove-Ramp, wiry and epic show this odyssey where we converge toward the light, the Su-ki, the Amit, Rachel, the Ananda, the Toda-Raba the Negro, all the reflections of immeasurable and indomitable soul Nikos Kazantzakis. "
(From the French version Nikos Kazantzaki, Toda-Raba (Moscou a crié), Plon, Paris 1976.)




 
 

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Fruit of the shocking knowledge of Nikos Kazantzakis with the Soviet Union, the book was written directly in French (1929). The Introduction of Helen N. Kazantzakis (for the first time in Greek) and Vitae Dr. Patroklos Stavrou, publisher and editor of the book, reconstruct vividly the desperate adventure of inspiration, writing and publishing his prophetic book.

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Author KAZANTZAKIS NIKOS
Cover Paperback
Publication Date 1 Jan 1970
Pages 304
Languages Ελληνικά
Publisher KAZANTZAKIS EDITIONS
ISBN 978-960-7948-04-5

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Fruit of the shocking knowledge of Nikos Kazantzakis with the Soviet Union, the book was written directly in French (1929). The Introduction of Helen N. Kazantzakis (for the first time in Greek) and Vitae Dr. Patroklos Stavrou, publisher and editor of the book, reconstruct vividly the desperate adventure of inspiration, writing and publishing his prophetic book.

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Author KAZANTZAKIS NIKOS
Cover Paperback
Publication Date 1 Jan 1970
Pages 304
Languages Ελληνικά
Publisher KAZANTZAKIS EDITIONS
ISBN 978-960-7948-04-5

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