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This is the third episode of the Penna

seriesNew video – tribute with the poet and historian, Nasa Patapiou, published today by the Press and Information Office.

“It is a whole world, rather whole worlds through the centuries, that a poet can create. He may be alone, but he never feels lonely,” reads the caption that publishes the post, referring to Ms. Patapiou's words.

This is the third episode of the #Penna series, through which the Press and Information Office publishes tributes with Cypriot writers and poets, through their works and stories with the aim, as noted, for the public to discover the power of literature and the its impact on our society.

Watch the video:

According to polignosi the poet-historian Nasa Patapiou was born in 1953 in Rizokarpasos, in the Province Famagusta, Cyprus.

He studied philology at the University of Thessaloniki and later history and archeology at the University of Athens. At the same time he studied Theater. He worked in secondary schools as a philologist. She later worked as a researcher at the Center for Scientific Research. He then took over the management of the House of Cyprus in Athens.

For about five years he successfully organized events, workshops and conferences with the aim of always studying and examining Cypriot issues. She published her poetry in many literary magazines of both Cyprus and Greece. In 1988, he published the poetry collection entitled “The Vowel Body”, which was awarded the State Poetry Prize. In the scientific field, the main subject of her study and research is the Frankish and Venetian rule in Cyprus. In 2001, she was awarded by the Academy of Athens and the Greek Government for her book “The Consulate of the Heptanisian State in Cyprus, 1800-1807 and Consul Panagis Angelatos”. She is a member of the Society of Writers.

Her poetry, purely erotic, sensitive, with a language that sometimes surprises, combines personal experience with the fate and history of Cyprus. She collaborates by publishing her historical texts in the Politis newspaper.

Source: politis.com.cy

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