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An eminent Greek poet and essayist; born at Hermopolis, in the island of Syra, in 1835. After completing his studies, he went to London, where his parents had settled, and since 1874 he has lived in Paris. After having published a collection of his poems in London in 1862, he devoted himself to the task of making Shakespeare's dramas known in Greece through excellent metrical translations. As a prose-writer he has won wide reputation with his tale "Lukis Laras" (1879), which was translated into thirteen languages. He died July 21, 1908.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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