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Literature in Larissa during the period between two World Wars
The work of the literary men of the period after Second World War
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27/11/2008
Literature in Larissa during the period between two World Wars


While entering at the twentieth century, the new populations which were integrated to the city, they create the identity of the Larissian citizenship by facing Larissa as "their city". It is characteristic that as much as this identity of the Larissian matures, many significant works are produced.

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26/11/2008
M. Karagatsis


M. Karagatsis (1908, Athens-1960, Athens) was the pseudonym of Dimitrios Rodopoulos. His father was a lawyer and a politician, with a Peloponnisian descent but he lived permanently in Larissa. His mother Anthi Mouloulis was from Tirnavos. The writer was the fifth and the youngest child of the family.

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26/11/2008
Apostolis Spilios


Apostolis Spilios (1909-1976) was the pseudonym of the writer and intellectual Apostolis Koltsidopoulos. He was a characteristic figure of a Larissian bourgeois who was participated in the Communist Party of Greece. He was also contemned for his democratic beliefs by the dictatorship of Pagalos.

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26/11/2008
Michalis M. Papaioannou


In the same period and context of Apostolis Spilios (Koltsidopoulos) lived and created Michalis Papaionannou (1912- 1995). Michalis Papaioannou was born in Larissa and he was a civil servant from 1928 to 1939. Afterwards, he worked in construction companies.

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