Alexandros Papadiamantis

The "Saint of Greek letters" autobiographies:

He was born in Skiathos, on March 4, 1851. I left the Greek School in 1863, but only in 1867 was I sent to the Chalkidos High School, where I attended the 1st and 2nd classes. In 3rd grade I studied in Piraeus, although I stopped my studies and stayed in my homeland. In July 1872, I went to the Holy Land for a pilgrimage, where I stayed for a few months. In 1873 I came to Athens and studied at Varvakeio University. In 1874 he enrolled in the Philosophical School, where he took a few philological courses by choice, but personally studied foreign languages. When I was young, I used to draw Saints, I used to write verses, and I tried to compose comedy. In 1868 I attempted to write a novel. In 1879 it was published Migrant my work in the magazine I saved . In 1882 it was published The merchants of the Nations in the Don't get lost . Later I wrote about a hundred short stories, published in various magazines and newspapers.

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