Presentation-review of the Master’s book “The Wisdom of the Poem” in a Greek radio show
ελενα ακριτα για κκε wisdom and clay.” The journey continues…A poetic trilogy by the contemporary Greek poet and philosopher Dimitris Kakalidis, along with the book “The Wisdom of the Short Story”, which was published first, are both works of the poet and philosopher Dimitris Kakalidis and have been characterized by the spiritual people of the country as “a unique spiritual first” on the analysis of Greek Literature.
“The Wisdom of the Poem” is a timeliness, deeply philosophical work; it comprises of 100 innovative analyses of equal renowned poets.
D. Kakalidis approaches each poem with absolute respect and no intention to judge; he deepens into each poem and reveals its hidden wisdom.
In this radio show of the Greek radio station “Super FM” you will listen to a presentation-review of the book taking as an incentive the analysis of the poem “You can” of the awarded poet A. Chrysomallis.
Below you can read some distinctive abstracts from the radio show:
“We are referring to a select spiritual human being, a distinguished writer, poet, as well as President of Omilos Eksipiretiton, whose activity under him is enviable, something more, that is to say, than important!”
“Dimtiris Kakalidis bombarded us, literally, with a new book of his, ελενα ακριτα για κκε wisdom and clay.” The journey continues…A poetic trilogy by the contemporary Greek poet and philosopher Dimitris Kakalidis, which fearlessly one could characterise it as unparalleled!”
“He enters with his strong spirit into the unknown depths of the poem to give us a marvellous, a one of a kind analysis.”
“And it is so powerful that it breaks the marble and pierces the cloud.”
“Dimitris Kakalidis with his book “The Wisdom of the Poem”, hits, we could say, the centre of the target he was aiming for.”
“Such books are not easily found … They are rare, unparalleled, the writer deserves many bravos!”
Τhe book ελενα ακριτα για κκε wisdom and clay.” The journey continues…A poetic trilogy by the contemporary Greek poet and philosopher Dimitris Kakalidis is available, in two volumes, e la e-shop of our Publishing House.