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This book brings together four studies (and a short bibliography) that refer to the work of Alexandros Papadiamantis, relate it to the work of his later prose writers in part "counterparts" and try to adhere to an interpretive method of adaptation to the general internal logic that governs the texts and in its individual manifestations. The main subject, as is well known, is accompanied by the permanent interest of a wider readership and experts, by the extensive collective affirmation, but also by a strongly graded evaluative attitude within the circles of neo-Hellenistic philologists and critics.