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  1. The Heritage of Armenian Literature: From the Oral Tradition to the Golden Age by Nourhan Ouzounian, 2000-04
  2. Armenian Literature by Anonymous, 2008-08-18
  3. A Reference Guide to Modern Armenian Literature, 1500-1920: With an Introductory History by Kevork B. Bardakjian, 2000-05
  4. Writers of Disaster: Armenian Literature in the Twentieth Century by Marc Nichanian, 2002-09-16
  5. Armenian Literature by Unknown Author, 2009-03-15
  6. The Heritage of Armenian Literature, Vol. 3: From The Eighteenth Century To Modern Times, vol. 3 (Heritage of Armenian Literature)
  7. The Heritage of Armenian Literature, Vol. 2: From the Sixth to the Eighteenth Century
  8. Armenian Literature: Poetry, Drama, Folk-Lore, and Classic Traditions by Robert Arnot, 2002-06-20
  9. Armenian-North American Literature: A Critical Introduction : Genocide, Diaspora, and Symbols (Studies in Comparative Literature) by Lorne Shirinian, 1992-02
  10. The English influence on west Armenian literature in the nineteenth century (Studies in modern Armenian literature) by Vahe Oshagan, 1982
  11. Selected Writings of Vahram Mavian (1926-1983 : a Unique Voice in Armenian Diaspora Literature) by Vahram Mavian, 1992-11
  12. Armenian Literature by Anonymous, 2006-11-09
  13. Studies in Classical Armenian Literature (Anatolian and Caucasian Studies) by John A. C. Greppin, 1994-05
  14. Armenian Literature by Various, 2006-06-20

1. UM-Dearborn
English translations of poems and excerpts of writings.Category Regional Asia Armenia Arts and Entertainment Literature...... armenian literature. armenian literature dates back over 1500 years. TheArmenian Research Center is pleased to offer Shant Norashkharian's
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Armenian Literature
Armenian literature dates back over 1500 years. The Armenian Research Center is pleased to offer Shant Norashkharian's translations of selected Armenian authors on our homepage. The first author in this section is Gostan Zarian (1885-1969). Eight excerpts from his The Ship on the Mountain are presented below. First Excerpt (pages 81-87).
Second Excerpt (pages 147-154).

Third Excerpt (pages 158-166).

Fourth Excerpt (pages 166-172).
Eighth Excerpt (pages 480-491).
The second author in this section is Siamanto (1878-1915). The Dance (poem).
A and B: The Revenge of Centuries (poem).

The Vintage (poem).
The Glory of the Invention (poem).
The third author in this section is Shahan Shahnour (1903-1974). Three excerpts from Retreat without Song are presented below. First Excerpt.
Second Excerpt.

Third Excerpt.
The fourth author in this section is Baruyr Sevag. To My Son (poem).
Hayasdan (poem).
The fifth author in this section is Hovhannes Shiraz.

2. Armenian Literature
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3. Readings In Modern Armenian Literature
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4. Mesrop Mashtots: The Golden Age Of Armenian Literature
oon after the establishing of educational institutions to further spread the use of the new alphabet, St. Mesrop embarked on his second Holy task of translating the Holy Bible from the Greek and Syrian into the new Armenian alphabet. The Golden Age of armenian literature. FONT . Armenian Highland Copyright © 19971999 Armenian Enlightenment Chronicle
Written by Gevork Nazaryan The Golden Age of Armenian Literature
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5. HyeEtch - The Armenians - Literature
. armenian literature hroughout centuries of foreign font, please click Here . The following are the armenian literature categories
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Armenian Literature This section is divided into several categories to help the reader find the desired subject with ease. Some of the literary works are in Armenian and some have been translated into English. Some of the Armenian materials are in Westerns Armenian and some in Eastern Armenian dialects (Depending on the source). This Page is both in English and Armenian. To find out how to be able to see the Armenian letters and download a free Armenian font, please click Here The following are the Armenian literature categories: Updated 10 July, 2002
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6. Armenian Poetry Literature Books
A History of armenian literature From Ancient Times to the NineteenthCentury; SP Hayrapetean, Srbouhi Hairapetian; Hardcover; $75.00.
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A History of Armenian Literature : From Ancient Times to the Nineteenth Century
; S. P. Hayrapetean, Srbouhi Hairapetian; Hardcover; $75.00 The Armenian image in history and literature ;Unknown Binding (Hard to Find) The Armenian image in history and literature ;Unknown Binding (Hard to Find) Armenian Image in History and Literature ; Richard Hovannisian; Textbook Binding (Hard to Find) History of Armenian Literature : Fifth to Thirteenth Centuries ; James Etmekjian; Paperback; $19.00 (Back Ordered) Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Armenian Linguistics : McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 1-5, 1995 (Anatolian And) ; Dora Sakayan (Editor Anthology of Western Armenian Literature ;Hardcover (Special Order) Ancient Armenian Translations ; Levon Ter-Petrossian; Paperback; $10.85 (Special Order) Studies in Armenian Literature and Christianity (Collected Studies, 451) ; R.W. Thomson; Hardcover; $94.95 (Special Order) Studies in Armenian Literature and Christianity (Collected Studies, 451) ; R.W. Thomson; Hardcover; $94.95 (Special Order) Armenian-North American Literature : A Critical Introduction : Genocide, Diaspora, and Symbols (Studies in Comparative Literature, Vol 11)

7. Armenian Research Center
Fast fun facts on Armenia and the Armenians. • armenian literature.• Learning Armenian. • Links to other important sites. Category Reference Education University of Michigan Research
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8. Armenian Literature, History, Religion, Etc. information on armenian literature, history and everything Armenia-relatedin general. English and Russian versions available. is an electronic library featuring a huge collection of documents on Armenian literature, history, religion and anything else Armenia-related. More texts are available in Russian sections of the library with Armenian version coming soon. Home About Forum F.A.Q. Contact ... Alphabetical List News March 29, 2003
Thanks to Rostovtsi Alik an article called "HOW WE CAN HOLD THE SOUTH CAUCASUS" by former Russian ambassador in Armenia Dr. Vladimir Stupishin is now available in English. Also 3 other articles in Russian are added to the Russian version of Dr. Stupishin's page. The book of classic Armenian Sharakan translations by Suren Zolyan is posted in the Russian version of the Armenian Poetry section. March 19, 2003
Published the memoirs of the first Russian ambassador in Armenia Vladimir Stupishin : "My mission in Armenia" ( in Russian only ). Lots of insider information on the situation in Armenia and armenian-azerbaijani conflict in the early 1990s.

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10. Armenian Literature
armenian literature or Literature on Armenia If you have difficultiesto find armenian music or literature in your local shops, try
Armenian Literature or Literature on Armenia Mesrop Mashtoz
Sayat Nova
Nahapet Khutschak
Eghishe Charents
Ossip Mandelstam
Andrei Bitov
Mesrop Mashtoz
invented the armenian alphabet to translate the bible into Armenian. He also developed a caucasus-albanian and a georgian alphabet. His poems are lyrical and faithful.
Sayat Nova is the armenian gussan, the poet of love, the last troubadour. His poems are sung and recited by Armenians all over the world.
Nahapet Koutchak is the poet of hairen, poems which consist of four verses by 15 syllabs each. His poetry is pure renaissance: live the life intensively and enjoy the beauty of the world. So he writes about love, love which gets its rules only from the heart.
Eghishe Charents is the armenian poet of the 20th century. His work mirrors the history and misery of Armenia of the first half of the twentieth century: from the times of sultan Abdul Hamid II to the 1915 genocid to Bolshevism and Stalinism. His life was full of greatness and tragic, very armenian.
Egishe Charents: I love the sun sweet taste of Armenia More poems by Charents are published at the webpages of the Armenian Youth Federation, Eastern USA

11. The Heritage Of Armenian Literature Volume 2 - From The Sixth To The Eighteenth
The Heritage of armenian literature Volume 2 From the Sixth to the Eighteenth CenturyEdited by Agop J. Hacikyan, Gabriel Basmajian, Edward S. Franchuk, and
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Volume 2
From the Sixth to the Eighteenth Century
Edited by Agop J. Hacikyan, Gabriel Basmajian, Edward S. Franchuk, and Nourhan Ouzounian
The second volume of The Heritage of Armenian Literature continues the highly acclaimed and monumental project of presenting Armenia's literary treasures to an English-speaking audience. Nowhere else can students and general readers easily find a comprehensive, English-language guide to these masterpieces, complete with important background information and vivid, accurate translations of key sample passages. Volume 2 takes readers through the medieval period up to the eighteenth century. As in the previous volume, the editors here offer a wide and varied range of readings that encompasses the literary panorama of this ancient civilization. They situate each work as extensively as possible within its theological, historical, and philosophical contexts, while highlighting aspects that will be meaningful to readers in light of modern scholarship. "From the mystical and philosophical words of Grigor Narekatsi, to the elegant love poetry of Kostandin Yerznkasti

12. The Heritage Of Armenian Literature Volume 1 - From The Oral Tradition To The Go
The Heritage of armenian literature, Volume 1 From the Oral Tradition to the GoldenAge Edited by Agop J. Hacikyan, Gabriel Basmajian, Edward S. Franchuk, and
Book Information About the book Reviews The Heritage of Armenian Literature, Volume 1
From the Oral Tradition to the Golden Age
Edited by Agop J. Hacikyan, Gabriel Basmajian, Edward S. Franchuk, and Nourhan Ouzounian Armenian written literature originated almost sixteen centuries ago with the invention of the Armenian alphabet in A.D. 405. Throughout history, the Armenian people have fought for the retention of their religion and national identity. The Heritage of Armenian Literature is the first anthology of Armenian literature in English translation to take a comprehensive approach to capturing the essence of the literature of the period covered. Agop J. Hacikyan, Gabriel Basmajian, Edward S. Franchuk, and Nourhan Ouzounian preserve the Armenian literary tradition in this collection of songs, epics, folk tales, poetry, and theological and philosophical works. Beginning with the oral tradition and continuing through the golden age of Armenian literature in the fifth century, the editors place the literature in historical and literary context with introductory essays to each section. $34.95s cloth / ISBN 0-8143-2815-6

13. Middle East Studies - Armenian Literature
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14. Armenian Literature
morning of April 24th, 1915, many Armenian writers, poets and other intellectuals,who comprised the cradle of the Western armenian literature and cultural
The Role of Literature in Preserving the Armenian National Identity
by Grigor Hakobyan (webmaster)
In the early 1800s, further research of Armenian history and literature by European scholars such as A. Meillet and J. Karst, brought forth into the light the lost manuscripts and ancient writings of the Armenian people. Their remarkable works in the field of Armenian Studies created a new wave of Armenian scholars such as H. Ashcaryan (1876-1953) and M. Abelyan (1865-1944), N. Adonts (1871-1942, T. Toramanyan (1864-1934) who rejuvenated the Armenian folklore, reconstructed more factual history of Armenian people and brought forth the archaic achievements of Armenian architecture. Komitas Vardapet (Solomon Solomonean, 1869-1935, Genocide survivor and spiritual composer of Armenian liturgy) re-created the lost treasures of the uplifting Armenian spiritual music, devising thousands of religious compositions still practiced by the current Armenian churches. His spiritual compositions and inspiring writings of outstanding Armenian writer/poet Raffi, resurrected the creative spirit of Armenian people, reclaiming their attachments to their ancient history, sacred Homeland and spiritual heritage. Sense of national pride and dignity re-emerged among Armenians, giving rise to their new literary works in the face of the coming new century. Critical, journalistic reviews and monographs on contemporary Armenian writers like Y. Ohsakan, Vahan Nalbandean (1876-1902), Nikol Albalean (1873-1947), Simeon Hakobyan (1880-1942), Arsen Terteryan (1882-1953), Haroutiun Surhatyan (1882-1938), Tsolak Hanzadyan (1886-1935), and Polos Makintsyan (1884-1938) began to emerge.

15. Armenian Literature
The Poetic Prophet of ArmeniaParuyr Sevak. Written by Grigor Hakobyan (webmaster).One of the best poets of armenian literature was Paruyr (Sevak) Ghazaryan.
The Poetic Prophet of Armenia-Paruyr Sevak
Written by Grigor Hakobyan (webmaster)
One of the best poets of Armenian Literature was Paruyr (Sevak) Ghazaryan. He was born in 1924,January 24, at the village of Vedi, Armenia. Paruyr Sevak's father, Rafael Ghazari Soghomonyan (1892-1982) was an educated farmer married to Anahit Gaspari Soghomonyan, who was the mother Paruyr Sevak. She was illiterate, village woman, who was very kind, hard working and religious housewife helping her husband with the fieldwork. Their original family epitet contained the prepositional name, "Ter" which meant: lord or spiritual father and made a reference to the family's religious origin. The forefathers of those families who had that prepositional name have been known to be very educated people, who got their education at the Gevorgyan Seminary of Echmiadzin (the world headquarter of Armenian church). Therefore, people who knew Paruyr Sevak's family were expecting him to have preserved the trait of a "prophet", which he have later evolved in a literary sense of the word, becoming a prophetic spokesperson of Armenian people in their struggle for preserving their ancient history and very rich cultural heritage. Universal humanism and passion toward his native culture bounded his poems. Sevak's love for education helped him to get accepted into secondary school at age 6 (while legal age established by government for kids to attend a secondary school was 7). Motivated with passion for learning, Paruyr Sevak graduated 10th grade with honors.

16. Marc Nichanian, Writers Of Disaster: Armenian Literature In The Twentieth Centur
Marc Nichanian, Writers of Disaster armenian literature in the TwentiethCentury, volume 1, The National Revolution, ISBN 1903656
Books Armenian Forum Events About ... Receive updates Marc Nichanian, Writers of Disaster: Armenian Literature in the Twentieth Century, volume 1, The National Revolution ISBN 1-903656-09-5
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Read an excerpt Writers of Disaster is an ambitious undertaking by one of the foremost authorities on modern Armenian literature. Marc Nichanian, holder of the Armenian studies chair at Columbia University in New York, takes a fresh and uncompromising look at twentieth-century Armenian history and literature. The volume consists of essays on four major twentieth-century Armenian authors: Yeghishé Charents, Gurgen Mahari, Zabel Esayan, and Vahan Totovents. All four authors lived through the national revolution. For all four of them, "the national idea was a perverted and murderous one." Ironically, however, all four were condemned to death or exile precisely for nationalism, victims of Stalin's purges. Nichanian addresses a burning question that historians and diarists have avoided for the better part of a century: "How are we to understand the link between this movement of national liberation and the extermination of the Ottoman Armenians during World War I?"

17. Nichanian Presents A Challenging Picture In London
Nichanian’s presentation of his book, Writers of Disaster, was a challenging affairthat took a hard look at some key aspects of armenian literature in the
Books Armenian Forum Events About ... Receive updates Nichanian Presents a Challenging Picture in London "I had no idea that so many of our famous writers in Soviet Armenia were actually murdered there. They did not teach us that in Armenian school." Staff Writer, ArmenianCommunityNews (UK) LONDON, 19 September 2002—If you were looking to be entertained, to hear choice words and phrases that made you "proud to be Armenian", you were in the wrong place. Marc Nichanian’s presentation of his book, Writers of Disaster, was a challenging affair that took a hard look at some key aspects of Armenian literature in the last 80 years through the works of four Armenian authors (Yeghishe Charents, Zabel Esayan, Gurgen Mahari, and Vahan Totovents). Shifting between historical, literary, and philosophical modes of examination, Nichanian began with a discussion of national consciousness through literature and moved to his four authors. Nichanian talked about how intellectuals construct "space" for the articulation and transmission of new ideas (both in Armenian and in translation). In his case, for example, he stated: "When I read, I am not alone. I am the shadow of former Armenians. . . . I construct for them… I inherited the will to construct the ‘self’. They give me direction and identity . . . with them it is western Armenianhood." Nichanian examined some of the themes he outlined in the works of his four authors who became intellectual collaborators with the Soviet regime. These authors masked more than they illuminated and, in a sense, they did not create the literary space for national consciousness. They wore the masks of their masters and censored their own writing. When Mahari actually wrote a dissenting work, it was publicly burned in Yerevan, and he submitted to self-censorship. These authors remain in vogue today, thought the compromised nature of their work is still not discussed. Paradoxically, they were all persecuted by their Soviet masters, and all but one was executed.

18. IATP For Spreading Armenian Literature In The World
IATP for Spreading armenian literature in the World IATP process. Thesecoruses will help to introduce armenian literature to the World.
IATP for Spreading Armenian Literature in the World IATP Armenia Open Web Workshop organized special courses for the members of Writers’ Union of Armenia, the aim of which was to teach them Basics of Computer and Internet as well as enriching Armenian resources in the World Wide Web. The following web sites were used during the courses:

which acquainted the writers with the Armenian literature sites created within the framework of IATP. 2 groups participated, which continued the courses at the IATP NLA, also.
The outcome of the trainings were the following web sites:
Aghasi Ayvazyan’s web site:
Mkrtich Mkrtchyan’s web site: and others are still in process. These coruses will help to introduce Armenian Literature to the World.

19. List Of Armenian Literature Audiocassettess (English)
RECORDED LIBRARY OF armenian literature /233 AUDIOCASSETTES/ 3. Childish ArmenianLiterature /25 Cassettes/. 4. Foreign Language Armenian Writers /4 Cassettes/.

CONTENTS 1. Armenian Classic Literature /154 Cassettes/ A. Ancient Period /21 Cassettes/
B. New Period /81 Cassettes/

C. Western Armenian Literature /29 Cassettes/
... 7. Memories Of Famous And Honourable Armenians /5 Audiocassettes /
Hayots Patmutiun /Hatvatsner/
/Ashot Babayan, Sergush Babayan, Mairanush Grigoryan/
Hayots Patmutiun / Hatvatsner / /Shahum Ghazaryan, Ashot Babayan/ 2. EGHISHE Vardanants Paterazm / Hatvatsner / /Ashot Babayan/ 3. GRIGOR NAREKATSI Matean Voghbergutean, Tagher /Sos Sargsyan/ 4. MIJNADARYAN ARAKNER 1 /Shahum Ghazaryan, Mayis Gharagiozyan, Mayranush Grigoryan, Ashot Babayan/ 5. MIJNADARYAN ARAKNER 2 /Shahum Ghazaryan, Artsrun Manukyan, Mayranush Grigoryan, Ashot Babayan, Mayis Gharagiozyan/ 6. MIJNADARYAN ARAKNER 3 /Shahum Ghazaryan, Artsrun Manukyan, Mayranush Grigoryan, Ashot Babayan, Mayis Gharagiozyan/ 7. MIJNADARYAN TAGHERGUNER 1 /Vladimir Abajyan, Shahum Ghazaryan, Mayranush Grigoryan, Ashot Babayan/

20. Selected Literatures And Authors Pages - Armenian Literature
slavic, east european, and former USSR resources. Selected Literatures and AuthorsPage armenian literature. Literature Web Sites. armenian literature.
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