From the Book of One Thousand Tales
Stories of Armenia and its People 1892-1922

(ISBN: 1-4140-1611-5)
AuthorHouse (Publisher)
2004 Bloomington
130 pages
Size: 6" x 9"
Language(s): English

Written almost 100 years ago, these stories chronicle the joys, lover and pain of a simple mountain people buried deep in the Caucasus, whose faith transcended their suffering. Unique in the fact that the author of these tales, a direct descendant of her scattered race of her scattered race, never set foot in her beloved homeland. She wrote them in a country far removed geographically, ethnically and culturally from her upbringing, from her family and from her Mother Church. Word of mouth was her sole source, gleaned from the many hundreds of displaced Armenians seeking new become and a new life away from their tormentors. This manuscript, written so many years ago, Languished and finally came to light 67 years after the death of the author. It is our hope that The Book of One Thousand Tales will be a revelation to all.

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