A Poet's Journal: Days Of 1945-1951
In 1967, George Seferis decided the time had finally come to publish at least a portion of his journals. As he was preparing his manuscript for the printer, however, the political climate in Greece became increasingly unpropitious for such an undertaking. Soon he did not feel free to publish in his own country, and in those ominous days there were even some fears for the safety of his unpublished manuscripts. Shortly before his death on September 20, 1971, he entrusted a copy of the journal to his friend Athan Anagnostopoulos with the request that he translate it, publish it, and that Walter Kaiser write the introduction for American readers.
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