Christ Recrucified — Thoughts on the Novel by Nikos Kazantzakis

“ The villagers had scattered, some in the square, some in the churchyard, and tongues were going full tilt…”

Kazantzakis. Image: aiff.gr

As I’ve written previously:

Nikos Kazantzakis was an extraordinary writer of passion and patriotism, and like a good many people I came to him through the film, Zorba the Greek, based on his novel, which was as good a way

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