Amanda Michalopoulou was born in Athens in 1966 and belongs to the youngest generation of Greek novelists. She has published a collection of short stories, Outside Life Is Colourful, and has contributed to several anthologies. Her first novel Wishbone Memories was awarded the 1996 novel prize of the literary magazine Diavazo. How Many Times Can You Bear It, taking its title from Kafka's journals, is the story of a middle-aged Greek woman pursuing her Czech lover across Europe, is a parody of road novels, stories of unhappy love and tales of the supernatural.
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