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In this family drama material greed overcomes conscience and parental love, resulting in tragedy ...

Margarit is beloved daughter of millionaire oilman Andreas Elizbarov. She's in love with young Artashes Otaryan, son of Elizbarov's late companion. Soon Artashes reveals to her the secret his family kept for years - Elizbarov had stoled the fortune of his former companion. A
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Published (first published 1898)
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Vahagn Grigoryan
This is a very interesting and well written book about an industrial city, where everything is about earning as much money as possible and love, which sometimes change people so dramatically that they forget money. Other than that it is interesting to watch how people (Armenians) lived in that days, as the book beside telling very interesting story describes the time and worries of Armenians of that time.
Inna Nersesyan
Խոսքերն ավելորդ են: Միակ գիրքը, որը դպրոցական տարիքում մի քանի անգամ եմ կարդացել:
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"Քաոս"-ը իմ ամենասիրած գրքերից է, եթե ոչ ամենասիրածը: Շատ-շատ եմ սիրում, բոլորին խորհուրդ կտայի կարդալ:
Knar   Avetisyan
Наверное, это единственная книга на армянском, которая мне понравилась.
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