Georgios Philippou-Pierides, Intellectual Personalities of Cyprus Commemorative Issue, Republic of Cyprus
Description:Georgios Philippou Pierides was born in 1904 in Dhali and died in 1999 in Nicosia. He is considered to be one of the most significant Cypriot writers with a special contribution to the novel, short story and literary essays. He started his literary career in Egypt where he lived from 1904-1946 with the novel "Oi Vamvkades" (The Cotton Growers) 1945 and continued in Cyprus with "Short Stories from the Middle East" 1949 and another five collections of short stories "Skliroi Kairoi" (Hard Times) 1963, "Asaleftoi Kairoi" (Unchanging Times) 1966, "O Kairos tonOlvion" (The Times of the Fortunate) 1975, "O Kairos tis dokimasias" (Trying Times) 1978, "O Kalos politis kai alloi", (The Good Citizen and others) 1993.He also published two books of literary essays "Tessera themata logou" (Four literary themes) 1973,"Dio parallila themata logou" (Two parallel literary themes) 1980 as wellas the books "Memories and Stories from Egypt" 1986 and "More Memories from Egypt" 1995.
Source:Cyprus Post, Republic of CyprusΚυπριακά Ταχυδρομεία, Κυπριακή Δημοκρατία
Publisher:Library of Cyprus University of TechnologyDigital Heritage Research Lab of Cyprus University of Technology
Contributor :Designer: L. Petridou - Mala
Item Identification:2004-INT PERSON.-5C
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Cyprus Post, Republic of Cyprus and Κυπριακά Ταχυδρομεία, Κυπριακή Δημοκρατία , “Georgios Philippou-Pierides, Intellectual Personalities of Cyprus Commemorative Issue, Republic of Cyprus ,” Αψίδα, accessed January 20, 2021, https://apsida.cut.ac.cy/items/show/13810.