Helen of Troy by Diana Anphimiadi

Featuring: Diana Anphimiadi, Natalia Bukia-Peters, Jean Sprackland

Georgian poet Diana Anphimiadi makes a use of the great Greek myths in her poetry, using these stories to get at her own preoccupations as a poet. In Helen of Troy, the familiar story is reworked to talk about the Georgian nation's more recent experience of war, displacement and alienation.

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