Passage to Ararat

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Passage to Ararat by Michael J. Arlen and Mark Blaise



This is the paperback edition.  Hardback is also available.

Book Description

From the Publisher
This 1976 National Book Award winner echoes current headlines as Arlen examines the 1915 "ethnic cleansing" of the Armenian race by the Turks. In Armenia, Arlen comes to understand his father's detachment from his past when he sees what it means when a people are "hated to death". A deeply felt, personal memoir with a new introduction by Clark Blaise.

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From Publishers Weekly
Arlen's memoir of his search for cultural identity in the Armenian heritage which his parents had disowned won the National Book Award in 1976.
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.


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