In this article, Kazantzakis' popularity over the years is briefly reviewed and it is argued that the two dominant approaches to his work, which could be described as ethnograpbic and philosophical-theological, respectively, correspond to the antithesis between being and becoming. The question addressed here is whether we can read his fiction in a new, way, and pass from the ontology of being to the contingency of becoming, following the example of the process theologians who brought him closer to postmodernism.
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Mar 2009|