The Feasts of Memory is a book that inspires all those who left their homeland behind as well as those in search of new realms. It is best described as part story, part travel book and part autobiography.
The Feasts of Memory: A journey to a Greek Island was first published in 1967, updated and republished in 2003, 2005 and in 2013.
The new e-edition of The Feasts of Memory contains a new preface by the author, an essay by Dr Eleftheria Arapoglou, a 19th-century American literature professor at the University of California Davis, an updated family tree, and the British consul’s eyewitness account of the events in the chapter “A Feast of Vengeance”.
no.of pages: 206
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Author(s): Publisher: Peter E. Randall Publisher
The famous Greek shipping family of Kulukundis is the source of inspiration for a clever combination of travel book, autobiography, and collection of the family's stories. The tales told by Elias Kulukundis of his family in exile recreate his ancestors' life on the island of Kasos.