This study was part of my two-part diploma thesis (1999) for the Postgraduate Diploma of Specialization (E.K. University of Athens/M.I.I.T.E.), entitled: "A small contribution to Papadiamantic studies, namely Papadiamantic textual criticism: a) The Papadiamantic short stories of "Bouquet", "Free Step" and "Free Step" Sunday, b) The Papadiamantic corrections in church liturgical books" (1999). It is republished with only minimal bibliographic additions, in order to give the reader a more complete understanding of what publications have been published since then until now.
The gifted Scythian writer, moderate in ecclesiastical language and philology, also engaged in the correction of ecclesiastical liturgical books, noting some noteworthy criticisms that have not been sufficiently appreciated until today. This "valuation" I aspired to achieve, so that the multi-faceted spiritual and philological contribution of the soul of the saint of our modern Greek letters could be assessed. This is how we get to know the unique Papadiamantic world.