Revisions of leading figures in Mitsos Alexandropoulos' The City
ΜITSOS Alexandropoulos (1924-2008) is a Leftist writer of the first postwar generation. His first novel Nights and Dawns. The City (1961) is set in Athens during the German occupation. Kosmas, the young hero, joins a resistance group and meets the two leading figures, Stavros and Spyros. These two represent two different notions of how a revolutionary organization should function. Notions that coexisted within the Greek Left when Alexandropoulos wrote his novel. The way in which the author handles these two fictional characters, both in the first as well as in the next two revised editions of his book (1963, 1979), indicates slight changes of his political views.
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