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Odern language He set the for #Armenian Prose And Developed The Primitive Rough #prose and developed primitive rough disorganized language into the rich gentle and organized language of the nascent modern Armenian novel He wrote in simple clear flexible and vigorous ashkharhabar His style was elegant and lyrical; his works were beautiful encouraging and enchanting He wrote enthralling novels and became the most works were beautiful encouraging and enchanting He wrote enthralling novels and became the most and zealous interpreter of Armenians' bitter and anguished experiences and the most skillful interpreter of. The nation's thoughts and emotions He instilled patriotic ideas in his Readers And Aroused Their National and aroused their national and bravery and inspired new hopes for a rebirth He motivated and galvanized a generation and gave the Armenian people personality and "CHARACTER HE WAS THE GREATEST FORCE BEHIND ARMENIA'S EMANCIPATION "He was the greatest force behind Armenia's emancipation liberation from servitude and gave the Armenian people personality and character He was the greatest force behind Armenia's emancipation and liberation from servitude domination He was the apostle of freedom by revolution He was a tireless advocate of his people's freedom of thought and conscience Raffi is the nation's noveli. ,


Raffi by Murad A. Meneshian

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Raffi The Prophet from Payajuk is the first comprehensive English language biography of iconic Armenian writer Raffi Hakob Melik Hakobian Featuring nearly 500 references from 80 sources author Murad A Meneshian spent a collective 10 years on this projectThis is an account and analysis of the life and works of Raffi describing this projectThis is an account and analysis of the life and works of Raffi describing Known Aspects The Man His Times aspects of the man his times his enduring significance in modern Armenian literary and history Raffi is considered the founder of the Eastern Armenian ,