Writers and Company | Apr 28, 2013 | 51:26

Greece: The Unfolding Drama - Part 4

Our Greek series continues with poet Jenny Mastoraki. She came of age during the military dictatorship, and found her voice at a time when words were considered dangerous. Also, Greek born filmmaker Costa Gavras.

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