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Born in 1889, Sept. 15 / 3 /, in Gharakilisa / now Vanadzor /. 1896-98 - studied in private school. 1904 - graduated from local russian biannial school. 1906 - went to Tibilisi. 1909 - in "Luma" magazin was published the story of "Hungry beings". 1909-17 - signed by St. Roffor. 1909-19 - worked in newspaper "Mshak". 1918 - was published the first selection of "The sad people". 1919 - moved to ...more
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