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Evripidis Garantoudis, Iraklion: Crete University Press, 1995. Pp. 313.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 January 2016

David Ricks*
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King’s CollegeLondon

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1. See my review of Times Literary Supplement 17th March 1995, 26.

2. One may hope that it will soon be joined by a revised version of Natalia Deliyannaki’s Cambridge doctoral thesis, ‘On the versification of Erotokritos’ (1995).

3. See Politis’ volumes, I and (both Thessaloniki, n.d.).

4. Garantoudis’ earlier views have been subject to important criticisms by Peter Mackridge: 32 (December 1990), 6–12.

5. 3 (1995), 161–9.

6. Kalvos was given a copy of Milton by a Miss Pearson in 1818: see Mario Vitti, (Thessaloniki 1963), 85–6.1 argue in ‘Solomos and Milton’, 41 (1996) 116–24, that Milton is also a significant model for Solomos. Garantoudis does mention Milton on p. 176, but with the misleading implication that Samson Agonistes is in blank verse.

7. See also the contemporary assessment of Col. Leake (1814): ‘unmeaning verses added for the sake of rhyme’, in Vitsentzos Kornaros, (ed. Stylianos Alexiou, Athens 1988), 338.

8. The question of Kalvos’ politics is only touched on here, pp. 197–8.

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