Small 8°. 126 pp. title page printed in black and blue and black text in Armenian language, , original blue illustrated winding with blue linen spine, blue end-papers (Very Good, binding with light foxing and light scratches on edges, collector’s stamp on the end papers).
A collection of original poems in Armenian language was written by Gusan Ashot in 1955 and published in Yerevan.
Gusan Ashot, with a real name ԱշոտՀայրապետիԴադալյան(Ašot Hayrapeti Dadalyan) was born in 1907 in Goris in in Syunik Province at the south of Armenia. He studied at the Baku Baptist School and returned to his home province after his studies in 1928. In 1948 he settled in Yerevan, where he published collections of his songs and poems. He was known as an author and performer in his country, as well as abroad.
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The book comes from a library of an Armenian author and researcher Levon Mikirtitchian (Lewon Mkrtchʻean), active in Munich in the second half of the 20th century.