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Introduction to the Bible
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Selected Literary Works

How have the world great writers thought and which of their works have made them famous in the entire world, especially since the 1920s when serious changes occurred in the history of world literature? 

The program "Selected Literary Works" not only presents the literary heritage and lives of foreign writers, but also tries to reveal the spirit and merits of their famous works.

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20 March Thomas Mann

The broadcast is dedicated to German writer, novelist, essayist, literary critic, Nobel Prize winner Thomas Mann and particularly to his novel "The Magic Mountain." This work stands out with its deep philosophical analysis. The author of the novels "Buddenbrooks," "Doctor Faustus," and "Joseph and His Brothers" was deeply interested in people's national pain and fate, in all dangers threatening humanity, and in his own time.

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13 March Rabindranath Tagore

The broadcast is dedicated to Indian writer, poet, public figure, art critic, artist, composer, playwright, Novel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore who was the first person to understand in India that art should be closely connected with people. Revealing the most important character features of Indian people and nailing his attention to pan-national issues, Tagore aspired to raise the ordinary human being, and to inspire his readers to have respect and love toward their nation. With this aim in mind, he sought for ways in his literary works, learned folk songs and dances, and thus skillfully used his nation's talents.

 

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06 March Theodore Dreiser

The broadcast is dedicated to the prominent representative of American literature Theodore Dreiser, who continued the literary traditions of Mark Twain, Frank Norris, and Henry Fuller. He wrote with great courage and ruthlessly against the false myth created about the United States. He gained great fame especially by his most famous novel — "An American Tragedy", by "The “Genius”," a novel about the fate of an artist and art, whose hero sells his talent, as well as by the "Trilogy of Desire," in which the main character considers the law of his desires as the most important thing.

 

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27 February Ernest Hemingway

The broadcast is dedicated to novelist, Nobel Prize winner Ernest Hemingway and his famous novel “The Old Man and the Sea” published in 1952. It is a novel about the human being, life struggle, defeat and victory, a novel that influenced the best literatures of the world.

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20 February Albert Camus

The broadcast is dedicated to Albert Camus, writer, playwright, essayist, philosopher (existentialist), Nobel Prize winner, who became famous especially for his novels "The Plague" and "The Stranger," where he depicted the reality of absurdity, evaluating the human being with his or her fate, disharmony, feelings, and tragicalness. In Camus's literary legacy, an important place is occupied by the essay "The Myth of Sisyphus," which, with its deep philosophical analyses and generalizations, is a new word in the 20th-century prose. 

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13 February David Herbert Lawrence

The broadcast is dedicated to English novelist and essayist David Herbert Lawrence who is distinguished especially for his novelties in literature. His greatest desire was to see the human being free and natural. The novels "Sons and Lovers," "The Rainbow," and "Women in Love" brought him a great fame. But the greatest success was his last but one novel — "Lady Chatterley's Lover."

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30 January William Faulkner

The broadcast is dedicated to American great writer and Nobel Prize laureate William Faulkner, especially his novel The Sound and the Fury written in 1929. This was the author's favorite novel which he described as his “most splendid failure.” Through the fall of the Compson family, the author expresses a deep sympathy for human pain and tragedy.

 

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23 January Federico García Lorca

The broadcast is dedicated to Spanish writer, poet, playwright Federico García Lorca who created permanent literary values during his very short life. Especially with his Gypsy Ballads he developed the Spanish national poetry, while with his dramaturgic innovations he prompted the development of Spanish national theater.

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16 January James Joyce

The broadcast is dedicated to English writer James Joyce's literary activities and especially his famous novel "Ulysses" that brought worldwide fame to the author.

 

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24 December Conversation with Margarita Vardanyan

What does she as a pharmacist think about poetry and how does she relate to literature and art? Her collection "A Handful of Stardust" presents modern reality and the woman in arts. In modern poetry, she especially distinguishes Avag Yepremyan, Eduard Harents...

 

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17 December Arthur Miller

The outstanding American playwright and prose writer Arthur Miller showed through his plays the origins of the tragedy of the modern human, reaching great generalizations and thus recreating the faith of humans in the future.

 

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19 November Alain Robbe-Grillet

The novels of Alain Robbe-Grillet, French writer, screenwriter and film director, ideologist of the New Novel concept, member of the French Academy, surprised many readers, but many also did not accept him. That's why there were always heated debates over his works...

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12 November Conversation with Ashot Hovsepyan

The collection of prose writer and publicist Ashot Hovsepyan "Searching for the Last Year's Snow" fully reflects the 1990s, a hard period for Armenia that left a deep trace in the life of the country. The writer also predicted the vices of today's Armenian reality and brought a whole gallery of interesting characters to literature...

 

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05 November The Brazilian Prose of the 1920s-30s

The literature created in the 1920s-30s laid the groundwork for the rise of the modern Brazilian novel writing thanks to Lins do Rego, Queiroz, Ramos, Amado, and others. They realistically depicted the lives of laborers, their material and physical bereavements, the atmosphere in the plantations, and the riots of the exploited people...

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15 October Heinrich Böll

This episode is dedicated to the German writer and Nobel prize winner Heinrich Böll, whose novels enriched the German-language literature with new characters and ideas. His most famous novel, "Group Portrait with Lady," brought great fame to the writer thanks to its extraordinariness...

 

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01 October Conversation with Narine Avagyan

What is the secret of a writer whose works have many readers? Both adults and children read her collections with love. But how are the sentences born, which after being written do not belong, in some sense, to the author any more?...

 

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17 September Conversation with Armenuhi Demirchyan

The famous poet Silva Kaputikyan's centenary is coming soon. Armenuhi Demirchyan, Candidate of Philology, literary critic, Director of the Silva Kaputikyan House-Museum, explains a number of issues related to the anniversary events, to certain episodes of Kaputikyan's life, to the interest in her literary heritage...

 

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The famous American writer Ray Bradbury wrote his novel "Dandelion Wine" in 1957, remembering his childhood. He turned the summer of 1928 into an interesting canvas of time and space, portraying his childhood home, family, and nature through the image of dandelions and vivifying wine made with them...

 

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10 September Ray Bradbury's "Dandelion Wine"

The famous American writer Ray Bradbury wrote his novel "Dandelion Wine" in 1957, remembering his childhood. He turned the summer of 1928 into an interesting canvas of time and space, portraying his childhood home, family, and nature through the image of dandelions and vivifying wine made with them...

 

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03 September 1984 by George Orwell

The novel "1984" by English writer George Orwell is one of the most popular novels in the world nowadays also. Through this novel, the writer proves what consequences the loss of personality may have for the human being...

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30 July Interview with Armen Martirosyan

It is known that we are losing the tradition of buying books. What is our reader today, and what processes will help have more readers?...

 

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16 July Conversation with Anush Alsibekyan

Literature and theater — with an inseparable connection, they give birth to drama. However, it turns out plays are written seldom today...

 

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09 July George Orwell

The novel "Animal Farm" by the English writer and publicist George Orwell is a type of allegorical prose that creates an interesting image of society and of the state through abundant multivoiced characters. It is today one of the most interesting and popular works in the world...

 

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25 June William Golding

In 1983, the famous English writer William Golding was awarded the Nobel prize. He gained literary fame thanks to his novel "Lord of the Flies," which warned of the dangers of fascism. Allegories here give a general idea of the world and of time and are philosophical in nature.

 

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18 June Conversation with Benik Stepanyan

The young poet talks about writing, education, literature textbooks, and many other things...

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