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El·y·tis

 (ĕl′ē-tēs′), Odysseus Pen name of Odysseus Alepoudelis. 1911-1996.
Greek poet. He won the 1979 Nobel Prize for literature.

Elytis

(ɛˈlaɪtɪs)
n
(Biography) Odysseus, real name Odysseus Alepoudelis. 1912–96, Greek poet, author of the long poems To Axion Esti (1959) and Maria Nefeli (1978): Nobel prize for literature 1979

E•ly•tis

(ɛˈli tis)
n.
Odysseus (Odysseus Alepoudelis), 1911–96, Greek poet: Nobel prize 1979.
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He is the youngest singer to have performed Aksion Esti, a series of poems by Odysseas Elytis put to music by Mikis Theodorakis -- a performance that Greek singers seek like actors do the role of Hamlet.
Francisco Torres Cordova (Ciudad de Mexico, 1956) estudio Lengua y Literatura Hispanicas en la UNAM, ES autor de los libros de poesia La ranura del ojo (1981) La flauta en el desierto (1994), Asi la voz (2006) y Berenice (inedito), y del ensayo La alcoba y el prado (1981) sobre Ramon Lopez Velarde, Ha traducido parte de la obra en prosa de Odysseas Elytis, Prosa, seis ensayos (2001) y Cronica de una decada (2008), y prepara una seleccion de su poesia, asi como una antologia de la poesia griega contemporanea, Ha pertenecido al Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte en dos ocasiones (2001-2004 y 2004-2007), El editor y colaborador regular de La Jornada Semanal abre la charla,
The Copper Canyon list includes such poets as Olga Broumas, Hayden Carruth, Cyrus Cassells, Odysseas Elytis, Carolyn Kizer, Thomas McGrath, Cesare Pavese, Kenneth Rexroth, and Eleanor Wilner.
I took heart in the counsel of the Greek poet Odysseas Elytis who suggests in Open Papers, his collection of prose writings newly translated by Olga Broumas and T Begley, that during World War II "An entire contemporary literature made the mistake of competing with events and succumbing to horror instead of balancing it, as it should have done.
El titulo esta inspirado en un epigrafe, del museo de la isla de 'Itaca, dedicado a Odiseo de Homero; sin embargo en este caso es el homenaje emocionante de la poeta a Odysseas Elytis, con quien ha vivido durante los ultimos quince anos y quien murio en marzo del 1996, dejando su obra y los recuerdos compartidos para acompanarla.
Odysseas Elytis, born 1911, joined this group with his The Elegies of Jutting Rock, published for his eightieth birthday, twelve years after his Nobel Prize.