Alexis Panselinos

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Alexis Panselinos
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Born 1943
Athens, Greece
Occupation novelist
Nationality Greek
Period 1982–

Alexis Panselinos (Greek: Αλέξης Πανσέληνος) (b. 1943, Athens, Greece) is an award winning Greek novelist and translator. He read Law at the University of Athens and worked as a practicing lawyer. Panselinos was awarded the 2nd State Prize Award in 1985 for his novel Η Μεγάλη Πομπή.

His father, Asimakis Panselinos (1903-1984),[1] was a renowned author as well.

Works[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Η Μεγάλη Πομπή (The Great Procession), 1985
  • Βραδυές μπαλέτου (Ballet nights), 1991
  • Ζαΐδα ή Η καμήλα στα χιόνια (Zaide or The camel in the snow), 1996
  • Ο Κουτσός άγγελος (The Lame Angel), 2002

Short fiction[edit]

  • Ιστορίες με σκύλους (Dog stories), 1982
  • Τέσσερις Ελληνικοί Φόνοι (Four Greek Murders) 2004

Non-fiction[edit]

  • Δοκιμαστικές πτήσεις (Test flights), 1993
  • Mία λέξη χίλιες εικόνες (One Word A Thousand Pictures), 2004

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