ALKI ZEI PDF

Alki Zei was born in Athens and passed her early childhood in Samos, which is reflected in her internationally recognised novel for children. Alki Zei qualifies as one of the most famous and beloved contemporary Greek authors. She was born in Athens in Her studies include philosophy, drama . of 53 results for Books: “Alki Zei” kaplani tis vitrinas / το καπλάνι της βιτρίνας. by zei alki / ζέη άλκη Oct 1, by Alki Zei and Gisèle Jeanperrin.

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At the same time, the viewing of events through the eyes of children and the use of humour that balance the realistic style of texts, make her aoki extremely popular to the young readership. Learn more at Author Central. Her work is characterized by realism, social concern for contemporary problems of urban society and respect for historical truth. Almost fifty years after its first publication, it is now considered zwi classic book of the international literature for children.

This article has multiple issues. Low to High Price: There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Therefore my literary work, whether I want it or not, is full of History. The subjects of her books are mainly based on her personal experiences, conveying important events of the recent history of Greece. Her studies include philosophy, drama and scenario writing. Through various trans-national republications, cataloguing for school study and frequent honours, it is considered to be one of the best books for children worldwide according to librarians, literary critics and teachers.

Alki Zei’s entire work is translated in various languages around the world. A documentary by film director Margarita Manda.

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Alki Zei qualifies as one of the most famous and beloved contemporary Greek authors. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: They are inspired by her personal experiences, weaving along the recent history of Greece, treating meanwhile universal subjects. But at the same time these difficult and uneasy themes are incorporated in intriguing adventures with lovely characters, funny stories and a lot of suspense.

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But they are not meant only for them; a literature that an adolescent and a child can read can certainly be read by a grown-up as well. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. In she returned with her family in Greece, but in they had to leave again, this time to Paris, chased by the dictatorship.

ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Her books have often been awarded abroad: The basic feature of all her books is the lived reality and the immediate experience. Learn how and when to remove these template messages. The love and affection of children and grownups, who had read her books while young, is so strong that every public event for a book of hers is crowded by people who want to meet her and express their gratitude.

It is really pathetic that a child feels the despair and agony of unemployment since the age of primary school, knowing that no matter how good education he takes there will be little prospect when he grows. She started writing very young. With unparalleled humour, the independent-minded Constantina teases her grandmother by confusing Kolokotronis and Yiannis Ritsos.

Alki Zei uses a narrative technique of low tones. Having lived through a war, an occupation, two civil wars and two dictatorships, everything that I myself have experienced is built in my characters. This article about a Greek writer or poet is a stub.

From to she lived as a political refugee in the Soviet Union. Their stylistic characteristics simplicity, speech immediacy, humour render these texts extremely popular.

One could say that our outstanding author Alki A,ki has raised with her books lots of children, apart from bringing up two of her own. Her books have been translated into numerous languages.

A model attribution edit summary using German: Consequently, what we want is that children read enough books so that they are able to think and this is the only hope for something better. The respect to historic truth, the discreet projection of ideological messages, the reference to crucial historic events and social problems without evasion or concealment, render Alki Zei a pioneer in the literature for children and young readers.

The clear cut way of her writing, the linguistic integrity, the critical attitude towards persons and situations, her humour and the penetrating view to facts, are the dominant characteristics of Alki Zei’s works. She has lived an important part of her life as a political refugee in the Soviet Union and in Paris, until the reconstitution of the parliamentary republic in Greece in Motivated by her vast love for children, she is very much involved in their sensitization for reading.

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The innovative and avant-garde novels, short stories and plays that she has written have akki many distinctions and awards, including a State prize, an Athens Academy award, various national and international distinctions and, ultimately, the Honorary Doctorate proclamation of hers by the Universities of Cyprus and Salonika. Are you an author? Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Naturally, the greatest virtue of her books remains their exquisite literary value which derives from masterly expression, perfect plot and a subtle sense of humour, thus resulting to breathless zeii.

From the generous beauty of the city of Aachen and her cloudless — as she then believed — family happiness, she finds herself in the depressing district wlki Kypseli with her grandmother, a leftist fighter, incapable of comprehending anything but the heroic years of the Greek Resistance. Achille’s fiancee, Wildcat under glass and Petros’ war, are included in the classic best sellers of contemporary Greek literature. Her biographical narrative With a Faber number two pencil completes the picture zsi her life, offering in combination with the other two novels an overview of the recent Greek history.

Wildcat Under Glasswas inspired by her childhood spent in Samos and is semi-autobiographical. For more guidance, see Wikipedia: Alki Zei was born in Athens and passed her early childhood allki Samos, where her mother was from.

July Click [show] for important translation instructions. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. She married to the theatre play writer Giorgos Sevastikoglou died in and had two children. With a faber number two pencil Apr 18,