The Agony of Survival: A Novel about Fear and the Future
NEW YORK – Infinity Publishing has released “The Agony of Survival”, the latest novel by Dr. Spyros Vrettos. Translated from the Greek by Harikleia Georgiou Sirmans, the book is the first of a projec...
- TNH staff
- April 19, 2012
New Book Depicts the Genocide of the Ottoman Greeks
NEW YORK - On February 28 The Genocide of the Ottoman Greeks, will be published by Aristide D. Caratzas, comprised of the work of nineteen distinguished international scholars. The book, edited by Tes...
- TNH staff
- January 12, 2012
A Book’s Argument: I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be An Atheist
Most of you reading this review, are as I, Greek Orthodox Christian. Most of us have been so from the time that we were baptized as infants, when we were too young to even realize what was going on, l...
- Constantinos E. Scaros
- February 24, 2011
Kazantzakis Biography Scales New Ground
EUGENE, ORE. - Chicago's Theodora Vasils, a long established authority on Nikos Kazantzakis, has just completed what I find to be the most dramatic, authentic book on the writings of the great Cretan ...
- George Beres
- January 11, 2011
Greece's Perrenial Economic Woes Turks' Fault Says New Book
Over the past year, Greece has become the international poster child for corruption. Following hundreds of billions of dollars in loans by the IMF and European Union, media around the world began to r...
- Christopher Tripoulas
- October 04, 2010
Spies of the Balkans novel features Greek protagonist
The man around whom Alan Furst’s new spy novel revolves is Constantine Zannis, a highly placed police official in Salonika, Greece. In late 1940, as “Spies of the Balkans” begins, Zannis’s specialty i...
- Jaslin Maslin - The New York Times
- June 17, 2010
Book Captures Stories of “Greeks in Auschwitz-Birkenau”
NEW YORK - On January 26 Photini Tomai, Director of the Historical Archives of the Greek ministry of Foreign Affairs, presented her book “Greeks in Auschwitz-Birkenau,” at the Greek Press Office in Ne...
- Sylvia Klimaki
- January 28, 2010
Book Review: The Convent by Panos Karnezis
Panos Karnezis, a graduate of the creative writing programme at the University of East Anglia, announced his arrival in the world of letters with Little Infamies, a well-received collection of short s...
- Financial Times
- January 11, 2010
History and its flaws seen in Thucydides
The Reinvention of History
By Donald Kagan
This is an important book, largely right and largely misguided, by one of the most eminent scholars in the field. Kagan, who is Sterling Prof...
- John Timpane - Philadelphia Inquirer
- January 03, 2010
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