Regardless of our unique origins, opposing paths, the multiplicity of our approaches, and our varied surroundings, yet within the same cosmos, we are all set out for Ithaca.
ITHACA by C. P. CAVAFY
Manuscript poem (Ithaca) in the first two pages of a ruled double sheet notepaper. The remaining pages are blank. Cancellations and emendations. Handwritten notes on the same poem on both sides of a sheet, one of which is in English. Note with the indication 18.11.'11 on the recto.
ITHACA, Translated, from the Greek, by J. C. Cavafy
Leather-bound volume, comprising typewritten English translations of Cavafy’s poems by his brother, John.
On the cover, the title “Cavafy Poems” is in gold letters inside a gold border. On the “title page”, the note “Poems written in Greek by C. P. Cavafy translated by J. C. Cavafy” and the indication “Alexandria 1916”.
Affixed on the page, using two English postage stamps, a print entitled “Poems by C. P. Cavafy. Translated, from the Greek, by J. C. Cavafy” and the indication “Alexandria 1918”.