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A thirteen-page index assists the location of specific details. 1: The first chapter (the Introduction) relates the power of one particular form of Greek music and recounts the life-story of the famous and much-loved composer who was largely responsible for its creation: Manos Hadjidakis. 2: The second chapter explores rebetika by way of an evening in a music-taverna and consideration of the tragic population exchange between Turkey and Greece that followed the Greek Genocide of the early 20th century. 3: Chapter Three explores the church known as Kapnikarea, the Kerameikos archaeological site, the Technopolis entertainment centre, the Hill of Nymphs, Karaghiozis theatre, Athenian operetta, and the inner-city locality of Ano Petralona. 4: Chapter Four reveals the three distinct and dramatic stages of the development of 'the Modern Greek State', the current Hellenic Republic having been instituted only in 1974.

Also explored are the church of Agioi Theodoroi, some of the many attractions of Odos Akadimias and Panepistimiou, the localities of Exarcheia and Omonoia Square, and Greece's most popular form of song, laika. 5: Chapter Five reveals the dramatic events of Greece's seven long years of dictatorship, from 1967 till 1974, and the resistance displayed by artists, intellectuals, and composers like Hadjidakis, whose ' Street of Dreams', his home from when he was a young lad until he was almost 40 is also explored, along with the Varvakeios Agora, the Nakas music emporium, the Benaki Museum, and the localities of Kolonaki, Mets, and Pangrati. 6: Amidst examination of the Centre for Folk Art and Tradition, the Museum of Greek Popular Musical Instruments, the district of Anafiotika, the National Gardens, and Athens's old Turkish Quarter, once the site of half a dozen mosques and where Islamic influences are still to be seen inside a Turkish bath-house and the Tower of the Winds, Chapter Six locates first clues as to why Greece is in serious trouble. 7: After a tour taking in one of Athens's most impressive department stores, its Cathedral, the Byzantine Museum, and the towering Mount Lykavittos, Chapter Seven culminates in an account of an evening begun at the Neo Elliniko Theatro and ended amidst the late night revelries of a typical rebetika club. 8: Chapter Eight considers events at the concert hall of the Megaron Mousikis, the Zappeion complex, and the nature of Greek television. 9: Chapter Nine commences at the Attica Zoological Park and moves via a frightening encounter with a plain-clothes policemen to consideration of the English reporter Ann Chapman, found bound with wire and strangled in Athens in 1971. 10: Alongside exploration of the Pallas Theatre, the Athens Theatre Museum, the locality of Exarcheia, and a class at an Athenian drama school, Chapter Ten gets to grips with Greek Orthodoxy, examining how the one God of the religion that now dominates the Hellenic Republic defeated the more than 370 legendary gods of Ancient Greece and revealing how the colourful 'pagan' religion of Greek mythology has recently been resurrected. 11: After consideration of the National Archaeological Museum, Chapter Eleven visits the city's most densely populated locality (Kypseli), the Syntagma Metro exhibition, and The Academy of Athens, and ends with a consideration of the situation of homosexual people living in Greece. 12: An examination of the National Historical Museum at the beginning of Chapter Twelve spurs discussion of Hellenism, that belief and movement which holds that not only did the Balkan Peninsula belong since antiquity to the Greeks but so too did the whole of Asia Minor (now the Republic of Turkey).

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