Film, Video Echoes of Anatolia: An Armenian-American Novelist Discovers his Literary DNA at Mid-Life
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- Echoes of Anatolia: An Armenian-American Novelist Discovers his Literary DNA at Mid-Life
- Best-selling Armenian-American author Chris Bohjalian discusses the influence of ethnic identity on literary creativity in the 21st Vardanants Day Armenian lecture at the Library.
- September 01, 2017
- - Chirs Bohjalian has written 19 books, including 11 New York Times bestsellers. His work has been translated into roughly 30 languages, and three of his novels have been transformed into motion pictures. He has won several awards, including the Armenian National Committee of America's Freedom Award, the ANCA Arts and Letters Award, Russia's Soglasie (Concord) Award, the Saint Mesrob Mashdots Medal and the New England Society Book Award. Bohjalian is a fellow of the Vermont Academy of Arts and Sciences.
- African & Middle Eastern Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/amed/
- 1 hours 2 minutes 34 seconds
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