I read my Lord Byron, my Nikos Kazantzakis
(Zorba the Greek), my Alistair MacLean (Guns of Navarone), even later Yanis Varoufakis ("US as the global financial minotaur").
What I remember clearly was his reference to Nikos Kazantzakis
novel, The Last Temptation of Christ, and the image of Jesus being hung out to die in "the dust and the wind.
3) I believe that such a divinity, encountered in a multiplicity of ways, is likewise imbued with copious amounts of poetic license; hearkening Kazantzakis
, by using words such as "divinity" and "God," we are collectively referencing the "highest circle of spiraling powers," the "deeply felt emotion" that "stirs the heart profoundly.
Like the modern Greek poet-novelist Kazantzakis
, he tackles a story as old as Homer and makes the story sing.
To quote Nikos Kazantzakis
, 'as long as there are starving children, there is no God'," said Tsouroullis.
built his novel on the self-awareness of humans by telling the story of a vulgar Greek named Alexis Zorba, whose heart is full of love for humankind.
Lawrence Durrell (1912-1990) and Nikos Kazantzakis
(1883-1957) were contemporaries and more importantly, they lived somewhat parallel lives.
Greck Iliand and Odise, Indian Mahabharata and Ramayani, Iranian Shahnameh and Babylon Gilgamish are the reflection of Collapsed fountain Bitter or sweater, Kazantzakis
said that there is no Helen, Helen means battle for Helen .
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Through this very human Christ, Kazantzakis
illustrates a worldview championed by the philosopher Henri Bergson.
From Plato and Homer to Kazantzakis
and Gavras, the Greeks are clearly not in any shortage of great thinkers in any field.
I am going to answer you with a quotation from the novel "Captain Michalis" by Kazantzakis
, the brilliant Greek fiction writer.