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Vicky Theodoropoulou (Greek: Βίκυ Θεοδωροπούλου; born 1958 in Athens, Greece) is a Greek writer. She read Modern History in Athens and in Paris at the Sorbonne University and she was a journalist for major Greek newspapers and a broadcaster on the Greek Radio Organisation. At the same time, she wrote books spanning from historical documentation to literature to a genre of psychogeographical impressions. Her first novel, Letter from Dublin (Hestia Publishers, 1997), was awarded the Maria Ralli Prize for a first-published author.
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