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Xenopoulos' Anadyomeni: from the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium

Gunnar De Boel (UGent)
(2016) CAHIERS BALKANIQUES. p.211-232
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Xenopoulos’ novel Anadyomeni presents a dense network of literary, philosophical and liturgical references to meals, which set the stage for the enactment of the discussion, in Plato’s Symposium, about immortality and giving one’s life for one’s lover, and of Empedocles’ idea of metempsychosis in the form of a plant.
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Love, Immortality, Lotus eaters, Last Supper, Resurrection, Solomos Dionysos (1798-1857), Metempsychosis, Nineteenth century, Reincarnation, Ionian Islands, Greece, Zakynthos, Xenopoulos Grigorios (1867), Eucharist

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Chicago
De Boel, Gunnar. 2016. “Xenopoulos’ Anadyomeni: From the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium.” Ed. Martine Breuillot and Irini Tsamadou-Jacoberger. Cahiers Balkaniques: 211–232.
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De Boel, G. (2016). Xenopoulos’ Anadyomeni: from the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium. (Martine Breuillot & I. Tsamadou-Jacoberger, Eds.)CAHIERS BALKANIQUES, 211–232. Presented at the Manger en Grèce.
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De Boel G. Xenopoulos’ Anadyomeni: from the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium. Breuillot M, Tsamadou-Jacoberger I, editors. CAHIERS BALKANIQUES. PARIS: INST NATL LANGUES & CIVILISATIONS ORIENTALES-INALCO; 2016;211–32.
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De Boel, Gunnar. “Xenopoulos’ Anadyomeni: From the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium.” Ed. Martine Breuillot & Irini Tsamadou-Jacoberger. CAHIERS BALKANIQUES (2016): 211–232. Print.
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