Rand, Christopher
May 1962
New Yorker;5/5/1962, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p138
The article discusses the author's experiences when he visited Mount Athos in Greece. He had his companion John Yiannias, a Greek-American theology student from Dubuque, Iowa. Information about the happenings and adventures that he had taken is presented. Also included are his encounters with monks and friendship with the Greeks.


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