MatsiHatzilazarou (1914-1987) was one of the boldest erotic voices of modern Greek poetry. With her bizarre and lyrical style, she cried for the erotic liberation of women. The central point in her poetry is the sensual embodiment and daring expression of female sexuality. Her primal, iconoclastic poetry celebrates the essence of life. During her Paris years, she published poetry in French, and her preoccupation with the linguistic form is apparent in the use of three languages in her book of poetry 7x3 (1984).