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The Lasting Impact Of Author Nikos Kazantzakis

Kostas Tsironis / AP Photo

A protester holding a placard with the image of Greek writer and philosopher Nikos Kazantzakis, writer of the novel "Zorba the Greek", takes part in a protest in front of the Parliament in Athens, Friday, June 14, 2013.

Kostas Tsironis / AP Photo

Sixty years after his death, literary giant Nikos Kazantzakis remains the most translated Greek author of the past two centuries. His classic novel Zorba the Greek was turned into a mainstream film and he's widely considered the author of freedom across Greece. As the country continues to reel from its financial and refugee crises, many continue to read his work for inspiration and insight.

Niki Stavrou is the Director of  Kazantzakis Publications in Greece, and she's in Sacramento for a special event commemorating the work of Kazantzakis at Sacramento State tomorrow.

Chris Remington

Producer, Insight

Chris joined Capital Public Radio’s “Insight with Beth Ruyak” in September 2016, booking a wide variety of guests, developing questions and producing music elements for the program.  Read Full Bio 

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