A poem by Katerina Gogou. What I fear most is becoming “a poet” Locking myself in the room gazing at the sea and forgetting I fear that the stitches over my. Katerina Gogou was born in Athens on the first of June and spent the first years of her childhood in the harshest conditions of the Nazi. Katerina Gogou () was a Greek anarchist poetess who is a representative figure of the ’80s radical political and cultural scene of.

Author: Junris Aralabar
Country: Lithuania
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Science
Published (Last): 4 March 2006
Pages: 49
PDF File Size: 11.75 Mb
ePub File Size: 8.73 Mb
ISBN: 929-9-39883-557-8
Downloads: 18031
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Malak

Give me a fag.

Katerina Gogou – IMDb

Katerina was born in Athens in and the first years of her life were marked katrrina the famine and the Nazi occupation, the resistance and the civil war. This is the gang-war. As many times as it takes all over again. She is believed to be wearing a red or black military woolly jumper childish pearl ribbons in her hair with her gogouu in the pockets of a borrowed jacket. The roles ascribed to Katerina by Finos Films, her employee company, were usually the secondary role of the naive domestic servant, or of the silly little sister, or of the undisciplined school pupil.

An iconography that retains its disgusting appeal.

Maiden’s Cheek Student Lazarou. The features change, he becomes younger, more handsome, he enters the final clash, he climbs gloriously to his kzterina. In that way you appear a little weak, you crossed over.

Katerina Gogou / AUTOPSY REPORT

Now and here, for ever and everywhere. Violence gives birth to violence. One morning I will open the door and I will go out in the streets as I did yesterday.

The hunted down knows. Gang-war [Symmoritopolemos] was the official monarchist term for the Civil War, current until the mid s. An anarchist reading From Brazil: I have stayed in the same position where you left me, so that you can find me again. They brought bottles And petrol. The mid s was a time of fierce gay liberation struggle in greece.


She does not stroll abstractly and self-content Shaking her hips in concert halls And in frozen museums. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. But we are still there. Her writings are a mirror of the marginalized parts of the society of the time, taking the side of drug addicts, prostitutes, criminals, homosexuals, the homeless and immigrants.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Never may the anarchic man find rest at my hearth, Never be it said that my thoughts are his thoughts. All our lives hungry we travel The same course. Lets not sell our skin so cheeply, damn it! Our life is Pointless panting In set-up strikes Snitches and patrol cars. Enraged citizens and religious groups have made a pact.

They hide in their shells, the people. This is the gang-war. Naturally, the concert ended in riots with over people arrested. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

The time has come to reinstitute the morally just as the ultimate praxis.

Three Clicks Left

In she pressed charges against General Drosoyannis, the notorious Minister of Public Order of PASOK, after being brutally googu by riot policemen during one of the numerous anarchist marches of the time. Proudly powered by WordPress. And when her blood clots and she can take no more Of her kind being sold so cheaply She dances barefoot on the tables a zeibekiko Holding in her bruised blue hands A well sharpened axe.

I was already home. Two years earlier, inGogou played a central role in the big concert against police repression in Sporting, where many singers at the time took part. Our life is Pointless panting In set-up strikes Snitches and patrol cars. Loneliness, Our loneliness I say. In the meanwhile heroin began to circulate among the people that could not find their place in that society.

All the more as the cause for his persecution included the justice of ever more people. They will devour each other in eternal gogok to eternity. It was the first rock concert in greece after the Rolling Stones concert during which the junta had ended it, with the police entering the stage and beating the band manager after Mick Jagger threw carnations to the audience, an act deemed to be a conspiratory communist gogok by the cops.


And when her blood clots and she can take no more Of katetina kind being sold so cheaply She dances barefoot on the tables a zeibekiko Holding in her bruised blue hands A well sharpened axe. Luckily, there’s a range of ways you can filter the library content to suit your needs, from casual browsing to researching a particular topic.

Sonia was an anarchist transvestite closely related to Paola, the leading anarchist trans figure of the decade who published Kraximo [Heckling] a transvestite anarchist magazine that led her to numerous arrests. Grrrrreeks with big hats, I know, they called them republicas. The Koemtzis case became a celebrated issue in mid and late s greece, representing a figure-out-of-time, a man obsessed with his honour in a society that was moving to an altogether different ethical code.

They brought bottles And petrol. Notify me of new posts via email. One quick note on biographies, if you post more, could you please put the person’s surname first.

The end of the s was a time when the initial post-junta revolutionary chic was giving way to more substantial and contradictory urban cultures and movements, with many workers breaking free from the unions and the left, mass factory occupations, the first occupations of universities and a ferocious armed struggle against unpunished agents of the junta, with the far-right responding with bombs in cinemas, squares and leftist offices.

He was covered there, holding a machine gun, he had a short blond beard and long blond hair.