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The Candidate
A Novel

Zareh Vorpouni

Translated from the Western Armenian by Jennifer Manoukian and Ishkhan Jinbashian
With an Afterword by Marc Nichanian

Paper $19.95s    |    978-0-8156-3468-3    |    2016

ebook 978-0-8156--5379-0

A powerful novel by one of the most important twentieth-century writers of the Armenian diaspora.

  The Candidate

  Zareh Vorpouni (1902–1980) was a prominent Armenian writer. He is the author of numerous novels and short story collections, including The Persecuted, a cycle of four novels published between 1929 and 1974: The Attempt, The Candidate, Asphalt, and A Regular Day. This is the first of his novels to be translated into English. Jennifer Manoukian is a translator of Western Armenian literature, most recently The Gardens of Silihdar by Zabel Yessayan. Ishkhan Jinbashian is the translator of numerous books, including Passage through Hell and The Fatal Night.

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6 x 9, 200 pages, 1 illustration, notes

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