The Daughter: A Novel

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Arcadia Books, 2002 - Fiction - 214 pages
6 Reviews
This description of rural Greece during German occupation and civil war tells the story of Meskaris, a young mother who takse an Italian lover while her husband is away fighting, takes as her lover a shy Italian soldier. With victory, the villagers will exact a terrible revenge.

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Long monologue by a 60-year old Greek actrice (secondary calibre though). She tells the story of the survival of her familiy during the German-italian occupation in the second world war and the civil ... Read full review

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Long monologue by a 60-year old Greek actrice (secondary calibre though). She tells the story of the survival of her familiy during the German-italian occupation in the second world war and the civil ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
110
Section 3
117
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Pavlos Matesis is one of Greece's leading playwrights and novelists. He lives in Athens, Greece.

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