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[Federal writers' Project of Florida
Contains multiple works on Greek culture. "Sacrifice" is a two act play adapted by John Fileraton from "an ancient Greek mythology of prehistoric times, from the book 'Vomoi' by Nicholaos Lambrenides." It is dated April 1941 and runs 10 pages, preceded by a letter John Fileraton wrote to Carita Doggett Corse, the state supervisor of the Federal Writers' Project in Florida. Pages 11-84 consists of material on Greeks in Florida. The next work is a list of 301 Greek proverbs translated into English, compiled by Mrs. Peter Caravasios of Miami and dated November 17, 1939. It is 20 pages. "A social-ethnic study of the Greeks in Tampa" is credited to Bryan & Fileraton and dated November 1939. It runs 72 pages.
Greeks, Florida, Greek drama, Translations into English, Proverbs, Greek
Greeks; Greek drama; Proverbs, Greek
University of South Florida USF
Fileraton, John; Caravasios, Peter; and Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida, "Greek culture" (1939). Tampa WPA Office Papers. 21.