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Author: Papadopoulou, Alexandra

Pseudonyms:Vizantis - Thrakopoula - Sanco Pansas - Sataniski - Anatolitissa
Spouse/other names:Pappadopoulou
Year of birth:1867
Year of death:1906
About her personal situation:Born in Constantinople. Traveled to Bucharest, Athens, Salonika in language issue favored of the demoticism Standardizingjuly12av Origin: • Location where born : Constantinople - Location where lived: Bucharest, Sylivria, Salonika • Location where died : Constantinople National identity : • Nationality : Greek • Mother tongue : Greek Marital status : single Number of children : 0 Social class : middle class Religion: Orthodox Health: Illness: cancer - way of death: Cancer Education -well educated - learning foreign languages (French, German) -professional / practical education (teaching profession)

Relations to other authors: Friend of Parren, Kalliroi
Pupil of Leontias, Sappho

Acquaintance of Evaggelidou, Virginia

About her professional situation:Short story writer, journal editor, essayist, novelist, poet (Buck). many patriotic - nationalist short stories, mainly short stories like "social psychograms" of Constantinople favorite writers: Russian, De Maupassant, Eliot, Sand worked as teacher for money in 1905 became director of School for girls in Salonika (av mar12) Standardizingjuly12av Profession(s) and activities: - Fiction Writer - Poetess - Editor of a periodical - Journalist - Teacher - Translator from French - Traveller - Contributor to periodical press - Headmistress - Political and social activism - Cultural and educational patron - Feminist - Filanthropist Languages in which she published : Greek Collaboration/connections with male authors : - writer, Grigorios Xenopoulos (penfriend) - poet, Gruparis (friend) Memberships : - Membership on the editorial board of magazines Publishing: - Under her own name - Under pseudonym • Female
Elements of bibliography:MENTIONED IN: - Buck, Guide to women's literature 1992 - List Celebration of Women Writers (but no hyperlinks) Cf. - Rizaki - Papakostas, G. (1980). I zoi kai to ergo tis Alexandras Papadopoulou [Life and work of Alexandra Papadopoulou]. Athens: Νational Literary and Historical Archives. - Ziras, A. (2005). Alexandra Papadopoulou, Ikones mias didaskalisis [ Alexandra Papadopoulou; pictures of a teacher] (introd) in Alexandra Papadopoulou, Peripetiai mias didaskalisis, Sto Monastiri. Athens: Patakis Press. - Parren, K. (1906). Alexandra Papadopoulou (part A & B) Efimeris ton Kurion, vol 869 & vol 870 -Papakostas, G. (2003), I protopora pezografos Alexandra Papadopoulou [The pioneer writer Alexandra Papadopoulou] in Ichnilasies. Athens: Patakis Press, pp.100-120 -Papakostas, G. (2002). Desmis Dihgimaton, ena telikos anevrethen ergo tis Alexandras Papadopoulou [A collection of short stories, a finaly found short story of Alaxandra Papadopoulou] in I ereuna kai i ermineutikes tis ekdoches. Athens: Patakis Press, pp.150-167 -Vasilaki, A. (2013). Women’s education and Modern Greek literature: Language, Nation and Education in the work of Alexandra Papadopoulou [in Greek]. M.Ed. thesis, University of Crete. -Vasileiadis, N. (1910). Eikones Konstantinoupoleos kai Athinon [Pictures of Konstantinoupolis and Athnes]. Athens: Hestia Press, pp.23-38 -Tamboukou, M. (2004). Tracing Heterotopias, Writing women educators in Greece. Gender of Education 16 (2), 187-207 -Argiripoulou, H. (2006). I gunaika stin ekpaideusi kai i ekpaideutikos mesa apo logotexnika keimena [Woman in education and female teacher in literature]. Athens: Epitheorisi Ekpaideutikon Thematon, 16, pp20-35.
Websites: Authority BnF
NEWW contribution Bucharest 2012 A. Vasilaki
NEWW contribution Belgrade 2011 K. Dalakoura

Editors: Suzan van Dijk (update on 06 January 2011)
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Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 25 February 2011)
Katerina Dalakoura (update on 26 February 2011)
Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 02 March 2011)
Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 09 April 2011)
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Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 29 August 2011)
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Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 11 March 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 13 March 2012)
Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 21 March 2012)
Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 21 March 2012)
Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 29 March 2012)
Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 02 April 2012)
Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 09 July 2012)
Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 10 July 2012)
Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 11 July 2012)
Aspasia Vasilaki (update on 12 July 2012)
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Works written by this author

E 1 Chimiki analysis [...] (Chemical analysis [...]) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 2 * poems in Kiriks of Constaninople newspaper in 1890-1891 (1890)
E 3 *Art in Hestia newspaper (1894) (1894)
E 4 *Papadopoulou, Alexandra, the author ()
E 5 *lecture in Alitheia newspaper (1905)
E 6 A letter to Arsenis in Poikili stoa (1896)
E 7 A letter to Kalogeropoulos in Pinakothiki" magazine (1901)
E 8 Agapes diaforetikes (Diferent loves) in Neologos of Constantinople (1894)
E 9 Agapi (Love) in Patris of Bucharest (1899)
E 10 Agnia=Plani (Ignorance = Εrror) in Parnasos (1894)
E 11 Ai Mideiai mas (Our Medea) in Ethniki agogi (1900)
E 12 Ai Pinelopai mas (Our Penelopes) in Patris of Bucharest (1899)
E 13 Aionon teleti (Old ceremony) in Patris of Bucharest (1900)
E 14 Alithia (The truth) in Hestia (1893)
E 15 Alithis fili (True female friend) in Hestia (1892)
E 16 Anamniseis (Memories) in Skokos' National Almanac (1892)
E 17 Anapodia (Μisadventure) in Skokos' National Almanac (1894)
E 18 Ap' to idio ksilo kai stauros kai ftiari (The cross and the shovel are made from the same wood) in Pinakothiki (1902)
E 19 Apantisis (The answer) in Diaplasis (1899)
E 20 Apethanen eutichis (She died happy) in Pinakothiki (1901)
E 21 Apo simferon (By rapacity) in Patris of Bucharest (1899)
E 22 Apogematiani (Afternoon) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 23 Areti kai kakia (Virtue and Vice) in Postman of Constantinople (1899)
E 24 Argiritsa (Argiritsa) in Hestia (1894)
E 25 Asthenes plasma (Weakling) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 26 Asximi Ginaika (Ugly woman) in Eklekta Mithistorimata (1889)
E 27 Chalase o kosmos (Things have changed for the worse) in Hestia (1894)
E 28 Chirafesia (Emancipator) in Pinakothiki (1902)
E 29 Chrysῑ kardia (Golden heart) in Eklekta Mythistorimata (1890)
E 30 Dio nixties (Two nights) in Hestia (1892)
E 31 Duo eikones (Two pictures) in Skokos' National Almanac (1900)
E 32 Dyo meres (Two days) in Ladies' Journal (1897)
E 33 Eftichis thniti (Happy mortal woman) in Philologiki Echo (1893)
E 34 Eftichismeni (Happy woman) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 35 Ekdomai eis Thrakin (Excursion in Trace) in Patris of Bucharest (1900)
E 36 Elismonise (He forgot) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 37 Ena dakruo (A tear) in Eklekta Muthistorimata (1893)
E 38 Enas choros (One dance) in Nea Hellas diary (1894)
E 39 Enas trellos (A crazy man) in Astu newspaper (1896)
E 40 Epistolai ek Konstantinoupoleos (Letters fron Constantinople) in Panathinea 1902-1905 (1902)
E 41 Evaggelismos (Annunciation) in Ethniki Agogi (1900)
E 42 Evlogimeni mera (Blessed day) in Eklekta Muthistorimata (1893)
E 43 Filareskia (Vanity) in Philologiki Echo (1893)
E 44 Fili (Female friend) in Philologiki Echo (1893)
E 45 Fthonos (Envoy) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 46 Galateia "parodia" (Galatea parody) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 47 Gamos (Marriage) in Pinakothiki (1901)
E 48 Georgika (Agricultural) in Kiriks of Constantinople (1892)
E 49 Gildiz Hanoum (Gildiz Khanoum) in Eklekta Mithistorimata (1891)
E 50 Ginekes tou sirmou (Immoral women) in Ladies' Journal (1897)
E 51 I Mavri (The black woman) in Skokos' National Almanac (1897)
E 52 I Rodostalakti in Kiriks of Constantinople (1892)
E 53 I eorti tou sizigou (Husband's celebration) in Hestia (1894)
E 54 I epistoli tis enochou (The letter of a guilty woman) in Skokos' National Almanac (1908)
E 55 I giagia (The grandmother) in Pinakothiki (1902)
E 56 I kali mira (The good footing) in Neologos of Constantinople (1891)
E 57 I kyria Kalliroi Parren kai to ergon autis (Mrs Kalliroi Parren's activities) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 58 I magiomeni perta (The enchanted stone) in Ethniki Agogi (1900)
E 59 I mana (The mother) in Patris of Bucharest (1899)
E 60 I oikogeneia Galanomati (The blue eye family) in Eklekta mithistorimata (1891)
E 61 I prika tis Annas (Anna's dowry) in Ladies' Journal (1897)
E 62 I stili tou Solomontos (Solomon's column) in Pinakothiki (1907)
E 63 I thigateres tou Pierou (Pieros' daughters) in Diaplasis (1902)
E 64 Idanikon (Ideal) in Ladies' Journal (1894)
E 65 Imerologion tis despinidos Lesviou (The diary of Miss Lesviou) (1894)
E 66 Imerologion ton Kurion (Ladies' Diary) (1887)
E 67 Ios kai kori (Son and daughter) in Hestia (1894)
E 68 Kakai glossai (Bad rumors) in Philologiki Echo (1893)
E 69 Kali antamosi (Au revoir) in Ladies' Journal (1896)
E 70 Katarameno (Damned) in Ladies' Journal (1897)
E 71 Klitemistra (Clytemnestra) in Parnasos (1893)
E 72 Klopi (Roberry) in Ethniki Agogi (1902)
E 73 Koinonikai Meletai: Ideokleptai-Lagonika in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 74 Koinonike meletai: Ergazetai ki edo i gini? [Does woman work also here?] in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 75 Kolasmeni (Hell woman), "Ladies' Journal" (1896)
E 76 Kori aponi (Daughter unsympathetic) in Bosporis (1899)
E 77 Kori efpithis (Obedient daughter) in Philologiki Echo (1893)
E 78 Ksenes enies (Foreign notions) in Ladie's Journal (1909)
E 79 Kuparissi- Triantafullia (Cypress- Rosewood) in Diaplasis (1896)
E 80 Laika Chanoun (Laika Khanoum) in Poikili Stoa (1898)
E 81 Logia (Literary woman) in Kiriks of Constantinople (1891)
E 82 Margarita (Margaret) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 83 Meropi (Meropi) in Eklekta Mithistorimata (1890)
E 84 Metaksi filon (Between friends) in Parnasos (1895)
E 85 Mia dokimasia (A test) in Skokos' National Almanac (1893)
E 86 Mia selis (A page) in Eklekta Muthistorimata (1890)
E 87 Mitrigia (Stepmother) in Pieria-Aigaion Almanac (1896)
E 88 Moutzoura (Smudge) in Ladies' Journal (1896)
E 89 O Flantanelas (Flantanelas) in Skokos' National Almanac (1906)
E 90 O Markos (Mark) in Eklekta Mithistorimata (1890)
E 91 O diefthintis tis trapezis (The bank director) in Ladies' Journal (1896)
E 92 O filos mas (Our friend) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 93 O ios tou Alexandrou (Alexanders' son) in Diaplasis (1899)
E 94 O kirios "chrisorichion" (Mr. "Golg mine") in Philologiki Echo (1894)
E 95 O sizigos tis arostis (The sick's husband) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 96 Oikogeniake upoxreosis (Family obligations) in Skokos' National Almanac (1898)
E 97 Olomonachi (All alone) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 98 Para ti gefuran (Through the bridge) in Diaplasis (1900)
E 99 Paralilos (Parallel) in Parnasos (1895)
E 100 Patriki storgi- Mitriki storgi (Father's and mother's affection) in Skokos' National Almanac (1899)
E 101 Patriotis (Patriot) in Patris of Bucharest (1899)
E 102 Peripetiai mias didaskalissis (Adventures of a female teacher) (1891)
E 103 Prophiteia (Prophecy) in Bosporis (1899)
E 104 Psevdeis Theoi (False Gods) in Patris of Bucharest (1899)
E 105 Selides ikogeniakou viou (Family life pages) in Skokos' National Almanac (1896)
E 106 Sfalma asigchorito (Unforgivable mistake) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 107 Signomi (Apologize) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 108 Sklava (Slave woman) in Panathinaia (1902)
E 109 Spanios Neos (Rare young man) in Poikili Stoa (1896)
E 110 Ta chirographa tou Kostaki (Kostakis' scripts) in Skokos' National Almanac (1895)
E 111 Ta dakria tou daskalou (Teacher's tears) in Patris of Bucharest (1900)
E 112 Ta erga ton didaskalon (Teacher's works) in Ladie's Journal Almanac (1895)
E 113 Ta geramata (Olg age) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 114 Ta oneira tis (Her dreams) in Ladies' Journal (1896)
E 115 Ta pantoflakia tis Staxtopepelis (Staxtopepelis' slippers) in Diaplasis (1899)
E 116 Ta xeretismata (Greetings) in Ethniki Agogi (1900)
E 117 Taksidi aprosdokito (Anexpected journey) in Hestia (1893)
E 118 Teras acharistias (Ungrateful) in Kiriks of Constantinople (1892)
E 119 Theodora in Skokos' National Alamanac (1907)
E 120 To androginon Amarantou (The Amarantou married couple) in Ladies' Journal (1897)
E 121 To doron tis Eridos (Eridos' gift) in Kiriks of Constantinople (1891)
E 122 To en Verolino sunedrion Kurion [Ladies' congress in Berlin] in Ladies' Journal (1896)
E 123 To filima tou Priamou (Priam's kissing) in Eklekta Mithistorimata (1891)
E 124 To milo tis agapis (The apple of love) in Hestia (1893)
E 125 To paramuthi enos Dervisi (The fairy tale of a Dervih) in Eklekta Mithistorimata (1891)
E 126 To paramuthi tis Annetas (Annetas' fairy tale) in Eklekta Mithistorimata (1890)
E 127 To pigadi toy Egioup (Egioup's well) in Hestia newspaper (1894)
E 128 To proto vima (The firts step) in Ethniki Agogi (1900)
E 129 To rason (Pope's frock) in Patris of Bucharest (1899)
E 130 To skoudima (The jog) in Philologiki Echo (1896)
E 131 To vasilopoulo (The prince) in Diaplasis (1897)
E 132 Tou Kroumou to potiri (Kroumos' glass of wine) in Ethniki Agogi (1900)
E 133 Trisagion (Thrice holy) in Ethniki Agogi (1899)
E 134 Vasilissa (Queen) in Ethniki Agogi (1900)
E 135 Zilotipia adikos (Unjust jealousy) in Neologos (1893)

Authors read by this author

Xreception 1 Corinna   -   *Corinna, the author
Xreception 2 Evaggelidou, Virginia   -   *Evaggelidou, Virginia, the author
Xreception 3 Gay, Delphine   -   Marguerite, ou Deux amours
Xreception 4 Gay, Delphine   -   Le Marquis de Pontanges
Xreception 5 Parren, Kalliroi   -   Efimeris ton kurion (Ladies' Journal)
Xreception 6 Parren, Kalliroi   -   Efimeris ton kurion (Ladies' Journal)
Xreception 7 Sand, George   -   *George Sand, the author
Xreception 8 Sand, George   -   *George Sand, the author
Xreception 9 Sapho   -   *Sapho, the author
Xreception 10 Staël, Germaine de   -   Corinne ou l'Italie
Xreception 11 Sylva, Carmen   -   *Carmen Sylva, the author