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[Web Wrap]: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Armenian Woman.

November 16, 2010

“She is an amazing artist”.
– Grady Harp

By Grady Harp via The Armenian Reporter

Los Angeles – For those who have fallen under the spell of Helene Pilibosian’s edgy, probing, honest poetry this book will 1) come as no surprise, and 2) will come as a very big surprise – that a poet so fine as this lady can write history, particularly an autobiographical book, as cogent as My Literary Profile: A Memoir.

To try to cover the events related in this book would take a review far too long to hold the attention of the reader: a review should only inform the reader of the nature of a book. But in Helene Pilibosian’s case we are talking about almost a lifetime of experiences that molded the poet she became (‘almost’, because she is still very much with us!), and skipping over lightly any portion of this conversation with the writer would seem negligent.

Please continue reading here.

Helene Pilibosian With Her Husband
Hagop Sarkissian at the Corniche in Beirut

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Credit: Grady Harp via The Armenian Reporter

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