These four books include different topics. In On the Quai at Smyrna, the author reveals the pain of the war in a relaxing tone. In the end of Out of Season, reason and justice overcome lust and evil. Soldier’s Home reveals that the pain the war leaves to people is hard to remove. The Battler describes a battler who wants to win money as well as to keep his reputation.
This book includes On the Quai at Smyrna, Out of Season, Soldier’s Home and The Battler. In On the Quai at Smyrna, the author describes the misfortunes of Greeks in the Greek-Turkish War. Out of Season tells that a group of people who disobey the law and go fishing. In Soldier’s Home, the protagonist is a soldier. After he retires home, the people in his hometown and even his family members do not understand him. He sticks to his "war complex" all the time, and he is unwilling to adjust himself to the real life. So he lives a bored and meaningless life. In The Battler, a famous battler bets for his rival, but he wants to keep his reputation in the comptition. So during their match, every time he falls down, he struggles to stand up and insists on till the end of the compitition.
- On the Quai at Smyrna
- Out of Season
- Soldier’s Home
- The Battler