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Letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten letter by Cavafy to Alekos [Singopoulo] on both sides of a sheet. The poet refers to the health of common acquaintances as well as to French literature, on the occasion of a recent acquaintance he made. (Alexandria)

Copy of a letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten signed copy of a letter by Cavafy to Alekos [Singopoulo] on the first two pages of a bifolio. Cavafy informs Singopoulo about a visit to the latter's family. (Alexandria)

Draft letter by Cavafy to Singopoulo

Handwritten draft letter by Cavafy to Alekos [Singopoulo] on all sides of three pieces of paper as well as on both sides of a sheet. Pages 3 and 4 are numbered. Extensive reference to Malakasis. Advice to Singopoulo.

Draft letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten draft letter by Cavafy to Alekos [Singopoulo] on both sides of four pieces of paper. Abbreviations and cancellations. Pages 3 to 6 are numbered. Personal and social news.

Letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten letter by Cavafy to Alekos Singopoulo on one side of a sheet. Blank verso. Reference to the impending return of Singopoulo to Alexandria as well as to common acquaintances. (Alexandria)

Letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten letter by Cavafy to Alekos Singopoulo, on one side of a sheet. Blank verso. The poet refers to his health and to a visit to Singopoulo's family. (Alexandria)

Letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten letter by Cavafy to Alekos Singopoulo on one side of a sheet. Blank verso. Singopoulo's return to Alexandria is impending. (Alexandria)

Letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten letter by Cavafy to Alekos Singopoulo on one side of a sheet. Blank verso. Social news, reference to the activities of the Educational Association of Egypt and to the journal Grammata. (Alexandria)

Draft letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten draft letter by Cavafy to Alekos [Singopoulo] in a bifolio and in one piece of paper. Cancellations. The discontent of both concerning Singopoulo's stay in Benha is apparent.

Draft letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Draft letter by Cavafy to Alekos [Singopoulo] on one side of a piece of paper and on both sides of a ruled sheet. Reference to Greek studies in England and to English hellenists.

Draft letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten draft letter by Cavafy to Alekos [Singopoulo] on both sides of a cut piece of paper, one of which bears fragment of a faint typewritten text. Waiting for Singopoulo's arrival in Alexandria for Christmas.

Letter by Cavafy to the Singopoulos

Handwritten letter by Cavafy to Alekos and Rica [Singopoulo] on both sides of a ruled sheet. The Singopoulos are travelling by boat to Athens. Cavafy informs them about everyday life matters and asks them to contact certain authors in Athens. (Alexandria)

I mpogada, I Keratsa

Handwritten rhymed text in six parts, entitled I mpogada, by P. Cavafy. It occupies 11 pages of a homemade sixteen-page booklet sewn with thread. On the eleventh page another rhymed text starts, entitled I Keratsa, which continues on another four pages. At the end of the text, is its creator's name, Il[ias] Tantalidis. The last two pages of the booklet are blank. It is accompanied by a twelve-page school notebook. They are all occupied by...

Draft letter by Cavafy to R. Singopoulo

Handwritten Draft letter by Cavafy to R[ica Singopoulo] on both sides of two sheets. Page 3 is numbered. The poet refers to his correspondence with the Singopoulos as well as to matters related to Alexandrini Techni. He informs her regarding the despatch of copies of his poetry collections to authors and artists in Athens.

Draft letter by Cavafy to R. Singopoulo

Handwritten draft letter by Cavafy to R[ica Singopoulo] on three sheets of different sizes. The poet refers to the correspondence between them, to the news of common acquaintances as well as to matters related to the Alexandrini Techni. Abbreviations and cancellations.

Letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten letter by Cavafy to Alekos [Singopoulo] on both sides of a sheet. The poet refers to his correspondence with the Singopoulos, conveys news regarding the publication of an issue of Alexandrini Techni and asks for information regarding the medal of the Order of the Phoenix. (Alexandria)

Draft letter by Cavafy to A. Singopoulo

Handwritten draft letter by Cavafy to Alekos [Singopoulo] on one side of a sheet. Notes on the verso. The poet refers to his health and to a visit to Singopoulo's family.

O poiitis C. P. Cavafy

Handwritten prose text by Rica Singopoulo in two sheets cut lengthwise and in a bifolio, also cut in half along the length of each sheet. The text is written on the recto of the two sheets and in the first page of the bifolio. The other pages of the bifolio are blank, as is the verso of the sheets. Pages 2 and 3 are numbered at top centre. Cancellations. The text refers to the impact...

Prose text

Handwritten texts by Alekos Singopoulo on the rectos of twenty ruled sheets with repeated numbering at top right. Blank versos. Comments by Singopoulo on seven poems by Cavafy (Sculptor from Tyana, The Retinue of Dionysus, That Is He, In Stock, Orophernes, Very Rarely, Chandelier). Cancellations and emendations; short quotes from poems by Cavafy. The ensemble of sheets is enclosed in a handmade, particularly oxidated, folder with crossed out numbers on one side.

Lecture on the poetic work of C. P. Cavafy

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Printed sixteen-page edition containing the text of the lecture by Polys Modinos and Alekos Singopoulo on Cavafy's poetry. The lecture was given at the Scientific Association Ptolemy I of Alexandria on 23 February 1918. Handwritten dedication by Singopoulo to Y. Kagkellaris at top right of the title page.

Notes by Cavafy

Handwritten notes by Cavafy on the first three pages of a bifolio. The last page is blank. References to amounts in Egyptian pounds as well as to the period 1913-1919. Dates at the bottom of the second page and below a note in the third page.

Prose text

Handwritten text by Cavafy on both sides of a sheet. Abbreviations, cancellations and emendations. The poet refers to locations where he had coffee or dined or attended performances in France. He also refers to a person which cannot be identified.

Notes by Cavafy

Handwritten notes by Cavafy on the first two pages of a bifolio. The last two pages are blank. Extensive use of abbreviations. Notes by the poet regarding his professional evaluations in the period 1891-1897.

Letter by Mike Ralli to Cavafy

Handwritten letter by Mike Ralli to Cavafy in two sheets, with notes on all sides. It is a reply to a letter dated 9 October. Extensive commentary on the resignation of Konstantinos Synadinos from the Banque Générale as well as on other people related to the financial and social life of Alexandria. Reference to the author's engagement in hunting. He details his views on the work Le Maître de forges by G. Ohnet; reference to...

Letter by Mike Ralli to Cavafy

Handwritten letter by Mike Ralli to Cavafy on three sheets, with notes until the recto of the last. The author describes in detail the vision problems he faces and gives detailed information on the treatment he is undergoing and the medication he is receiving; he suggests that Cavafy consult with doctor upon his return. Reference to the spectacles available in Alexandria, and in particular to an operetta that was performed; to persons related to the...

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