Labyrinthine Ways

Labyrinthine Ways is a celebration of mysteries, magic, myths, and folklore. It highlights the archaeology, distinctive cuisine, rugged landscape, and the courageous and indomitable people of Crete. The story unfolds in modern times with flashbacks to the days when Crete was ruled by Constantinople, "the Queen of Cities" and "the most glorious city known to man", and later Venice, the unspeakably cruel and hated invader.

We learn of the fables and legends of the past as recalled today in vivid detail by men in the kafés of Cretan mountain villages. Into these labyrinthine paths wander tender and vulnerable souls on journeys of self-discovery. Among them is a young wayfarer haunted by the mysterious Crete that dominated and tormented the life of Nikos Kazantzakis, Crete's most famous novelist and author of Zorba the Greek.

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ISBN: 978-1-932455-24-3
Βιβλιοδεσία: Μαλακό Εξώφυλλο
Σελίδες: 224
Διαστάσεις: 14 Χ 20.5 εκ.
Κατηγορία: Ξενόγλωσσα

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Labyrinthine Ways is a celebration of mysteries, magic, myths, and folklore. It highlights the archaeology, distinctive cuisine, rugged landscape, and the courageous and indomitable people of Crete. The story unfolds in modern times with flashbacks to the days when Crete was ruled by Constantinople, "the Queen of Cities" and "the most glorious city known to man", and later Venice, the unspeakably cruel and hated invader.

We learn of the fables and legends of the past as recalled today in vivid detail by men in the kafés of Cretan mountain villages. Into these labyrinthine paths wander tender and vulnerable souls on journeys of self-discovery. Among them is a young wayfarer haunted by the mysterious Crete that dominated and tormented the life of Nikos Kazantzakis, Crete's most famous novelist and author of Zorba the Greek.

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Κατηγορία: Ξενόγλωσσα
Κωδικός: 1029
ISBN: 978-1-932455-24-3
Βιβλιοδεσία: Μαλακό Εξώφυλλο
Σελίδες: 224
Διαστάσεις: 14 Χ 20.5 εκ.