Gail Holst is a writer, musician, and lecturer in Greek literature at Cornell University. In Greece she played with the composers Mikis Theodorakis and Dionysios Savvopoulos. She is the author of "Theodorakis: Myth and politics in modern Greek music" and "Dangerous voices: Women΄s laments and greek literature", and the translator of "The complete poems of Nikos Kavvadias", "Achilles΄ fiancee" by Alki Zei and "Mauthausen" by Iakovos Kambanellis.
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