This work explores the emergence of modern Greek language, thought, and sensibility reflected in Harvard's 80,000-item- strong collection of Greek books and manuscripts, ranging from fifteenth century liturgical manuals to Renaissance translations into modern Greek of Homer and other classical authors to the works and papers of such twentieth-century Greek literary figures as Nikos Kazantzakis, George Seferis, and C. P. Cavafy. With copious illustrations of Greek writing, design, and typography, Evro Layton's catalogue is a visual and intellectual treat for philhellenes.
About the Author:
Evro Layton curated the exhibition and is the former Collection Development Librarian of the Harvard College Library.
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