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The story of a dilapidated ship called the Corsica which left Cyprus in December 1951 and arrived to Australia after seven grueling weeks at sea. On board was the largest group of Cypriot migrants to ever leave the island at one time.

Produktbeschreibung
The story of a dilapidated ship called the Corsica which left Cyprus in December 1951 and arrived to Australia after seven grueling weeks at sea. On board was the largest group of Cypriot migrants to ever leave the island at one time.
Autorenporträt
Constantinos (Costas) Emmanuelle is an Australian-born Cypriot artist living in Melbourne. This is the second book in his Tales of Cyprus series. His first book Tales of Cyprus. A Tribute to a Bygone Era (published in 2018) was a sell-out success, embraced by lovers of Cypriot culture from around the world. Over the past thirty years Costas has taught art and design at various tertiary institutions both in Australia and overseas. He has enjoyed a celebrated career working as an illustrator, graphic designer, visual artist and photographer. His culturally inspired art has been exhibited in a number of successful group and solo shows. Costas is married to Dr. Christina Pavlides, an archaeologist and London-born Cypriot. He has four children and a cat called Stampy. conemmanuelle@talesofcyprus.com www.talesofcyprus.com www.facebook.com/talesofcyprus