Kazantzakis


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Ka·zan·tza·kis

 (kä′zən-zä′kĭs, -zän-dzä′kēs), Nikos 1883?-1957.
Greek writer whose works, including the novel Zorba the Greek (1946) and the epic poem The Odyssey: A Modern Sequel (1938), often contrast the sensual and intellectual facets of human nature.

Kazantzakis

(Greek kazanˈdzakis)
n
(Biography) Nikos (ˈnikɔs). 1885–1957, Greek novelist, poet, and dramatist, noted esp for his novels Zorba the Greek (1946) and Christ Recrucified (1954) and his epic poem The Odyssey (1938)

Ka•zant•za•kis

(ˌkæz ənˈzæk ɪs, ˌkɑ zənˈzɑ kɪs)

n.
Nikos, 1883–1957, Greek poet and novelist.
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