1961-Fall_V2-N4

Vol. II No. 4 Fall 1961

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ARTICLES
Ten Significant Dates in Armenian History
Peschraf Tateos Artaki: Greatest Troubadour of the 19th Century
A Name to Remember
Television: Another Perspective
Ancient Armenia on Canvas
Well, My Father Was An Armenian, Yes-A Symposium
A Lesson from Every Experience
My Father Was Armenian, too
Who Am I?
Should We Retain Our Identity?
 
 
by A. A. Bedikian
 
by John Sarian
 
by James Terzian
by Nazaret Cherkezian
by Dicran Simsarian
 
 
by Hagop Nersoyan
by Yedvard Gulbekian
by Armen Ovhanesian
by H. Kelikian
 
 
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STORIES
Hello, Miss Annie Oakley
Pagan Idylls: The Song of Enchantment, Petals in Gold
 
 
by Kenneth Flagg
by Artin Shalian
 
 
 
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POETRY
Tantalus
Ara The Beautiful
 
 
by Helene Pilibosian
by Mary Morabito
 
 
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DEPARTMENTS
Man Bites God
“No Bacon and No Shakespeare”
Tiny Sandwiches and A Hearty Meal
Music Lessons: Frill or Necessity
More Nonsense
The Second Look
ARARAT Index for 1961
Letters
With Our Contributors
Five ARARAT Stories Cited
 
 
by Leo Hamalian
by Hagop Nersoyan
by Norman Bailey
 
by Hazel Skaggs
 
by Norman Bailey
by Helen Terzian
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Cover
Cover
Cover
 
Cover: The Monastery of Keghart painted by D. Simsarian.

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  1. Mary Terzian says:

    Please allow me to congratulate your e-version of Ararat. Let me also make the following comments.

    Perhaps you could add a “Contact us” section where there is a name, address, e-mail, telephone, fax etc. to be able to contact you.

    For contributions you may indicate an e-mail address, length of articles, essays etc. assumably Armenian related or otherwise, format etc. Indicate if there are different departments that deal with different genres.

    Payment rates: are there any? If not indicate none.

    When to submit: around the clock? Specific times? So many days from issue date?

    I hope you don’t mind my intrusion. I had a hard time finding this area for an e-mail address. I’m afraid others may find it difficult too to access you.

    Mary Terzian