A biographical novel about the life and work of Dionysios Solomos, national poet of Greece. In 1818, after his studies in Italy, Dion Solomos returns to his hometown Zante. In 1821, the Greek Revolution breaks out. In the English occupied Zante, which was very close to the Greek shores and was shaken daily by the sound of the cannonades, Dions gets inspired by the Greek struggle and writes the Hymn to Liberty. The novel follows Dion in Italy, Zante and Corfu and describes his struggle to compose poetry in the Greek language, which he did not speak or write in it. Moreover, the romantic artist balances between his human weaknesses and his battle to achieve originality and to reach High Art
Queen Amasey was very perplexed.She was ruler of the Forests of the dominion of the valley of Hyrax the last stronghold of mankind not invaded by the Zindart. Queen Amasey had a council of elders who came from the moons and stars above to help her on her path to enlighten in an effort to make peace and possibly end the invasion.Three letters were…
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