GREECE: Goat Fever

The village of Mikro Hori, near Karpenisi, is locally renowned for its clear water and beautiful girls. One of the village's brightest jewels was Marianthi Antonopoula, a delicate girl with thick taffy-colored hair. Marianthi now recalls that she hated the "monarcho-fascist" enemies of the "people's democracy." Also, she yearned for adventure and romance. One day, a year ago, she left the village and sought out a battalion of guerrillas who had taken over a nearby monastery.

Rings on His Fingers. This band was led by a capetánios named Papouas, a onetime physical culture student in Athens who had joined ELAS...

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