Dimensions of Infinity
September 23, 1939 in Hitler's Germany, Freud has no place and totalitarianism is absolute. Mental urges are strictly forbidden, as are mental illnesses! The Master now has disciples and supporters everywhere. He crossed the boundaries of conventional answers, to reach the infinity of time and the universal model that is the human soul. About the Author Nestor Matsas, writer and director of cultural and ethnographic films, was born in Athens. Early on, he began publishing short stories and novels. His first book was published in 1954. While still at school he was awarded the Parnassus Prize in the Summer competition. Nestor was among the first to make ethnographic documentaries and to introduce folkloric and ethnographic programs to Greek TV. He has presented more than 1,000 such programs. His books have been translated into many languages. French critics called his trilogy ''a great literary event.'' His prizes include the Athens Academy State Prize for Fictional Biography, the International Hans Christian Andersen award and Certificate of Merit, a Diploma and ''Vermeil'' Medal from the Societe d'Education Arts-Sciences-Letters, a Diploma and Silver Medal from the Societe Arts-Sciences-Letters of Paris, a Medal and Diploma of Honour of Skiathos, and an official artistic scholarship from the French government and Athens Academy Award (1994). *About the translator: Ian Robertson was born in England and brought up in rural Ireland. He studied at Trinity College, Dublin University and taught French and Spanish. Ian is a teacher, actor, and writer/translator. With the Trinity Players, he acted in and directed plays in English and Spanish. He co-founded the Athens Players, acting in and directing plays for 20 years. For the past 15 years, he has been a voice for Greek and international TV, radio, and other productions. Ian began translating in the late 1980s. His most recent longer work includes History of the Modern Olympic Games. He has also been principal translator for Artoon A.E., Greece's leading children's cartoon company. He was a director of studies at the Moraitis School and has contributed to ELT books.