The Kakalidis Method for Literature Analysis: A Synthesis Approachpublished in ATINER’s Conference Paper Series

The Kakalidis Method for Literature Analysis”, created by the founder of Omilos Eksipiretiton, philosopher and poet, Dimitris Kakalidis, was presented for the first time at the 7th International Literature Conference, organized by the international academic association “Athens Institute for Research and Education” (ATINER), em 9-12 Junho 2014.

The paper titledThe Kakalidis Method for Literature Analysis: A Synthesis Approach”, was presented by Dr Fevronia Christodoulidi, member of Omilos, Professor at the University of East London and Mrs Paraskevi Kostopetrou, Head of Omilos Eksipiretiton and Megas Seirios Publications.

O “βιβλιο ιστοριας στ δημοτικου περιληψη Kakalidis method” was warmly received, in both its content and methodology, by the participants – academics and university professors from all over the world. Various professors also expressed their great interest for this pioneering, as they said, way of analysis and expressed their wish to be able to teach it to their students. Além disso, as we highlighted during the conference, the ‘Kakalidis Method’ is an approach to analysis that can be applied in various fields, such as poetry, literatura, ελενα ακριτα για κκε wisdom and clay.” The journey continues…A poetic trilogy by the contemporary Greek poet and philosopher Dimitris Kakalidis.

The paper is published inATINER’s Conference Paper Series LIT2014-0987and you can read it aqui.

“…Th"isdom of every poem lays in the de-symbolisation the mind makes as it builds its own fictional construct, giving form to its inner content, externalising the importance of its own nature’s events…”
(Kakalidis, D. 1994, κατάντησε ή κατάντησε The Wisdom of the Poem, Megas Seirios, Atenas)

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