|Contributions||Cyprus. Grapheio Typou kai Plērophoriōn.|
|LC Classifications||DS54.9 .C9642 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||172 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||97108348|
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Cyprus (sī´prəs), Gr. Kypros, Turk. Kıbrıs, officially Republic of Cyprus, republic ( est. pop. 1,,), 3, sq mi (9, sq km), an island in the E Mediterranean Sea, c mi (60 km) S of Turkey and c mi ( km) W of Syria. The capital and largest city is addition to the capital, other important cities are Famagusta, Larnaca, and Limassol. In the book the main issue at hand was referred to in numerous ways (in some cases even within the same essay); in some places it was called the Cyprus Problem, in others the Cyprus Dispute, and still others the Cyprus Question, and this could prove frustrating for readers unfamiliar with the developments that have occurred in Cyprus over the years. In the late summer and early autumn of , the Cyprus problem intensified. On Cyprus the colonial government threatened publishers of seditious literature with . Books set in Cyprus: [Othello, Exodus, Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold, The Rock of Tanios, Bitter Lemons of Cyprus, Death in Cyprus, Small W.
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