The dream of Armenia’s liberation was vehemently suppressed in Imperial Russia, but poet Michael Ghazarian Nalbandian found freedom in words.
Aksel Bakunts, the precocious writer, persecuted by Stalin, writes about the beliefs around that common disease of his era: tuberculosis.
The avant-garde painter Arshile Gorky had an obsession other than art. He called her Mougouch. This is a story of their tumultuous love.
Zabel Yessayan is among the most famous authors of Armenian literature. It was as a young woman in Constantinople that she began to master her craft.
Fate is your enemy? Be not dismayed. / But show Armenian hearts, to brave her hate. / Fate cannot vanquish an heroic land / That battles against fate.