Gevorg Abajian

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Gevorg Abajian
Born December 12, 1920 (1920-12-12)
Shnogh village, Lori Province, Armenia
Died 2002 (2003) (aged 81)
Yerevan
Occupation Literary critic

Gevorg Hambardzumi Abajian (December 12, 1920, Shnogh village, Lori Province, Armenia - 2002, Yerevan) was an Armenian theatrical and literary critic. PhD on Philology (1956), awarded by the Renowned Activist of Armenian SSR Arts title in 1972.

Abajian was a World War II veteran. Since 1945 he was an artist of Gyumri Dramatic Theatre, then chief-editor of the cultural programs of Armenian SSR state TV-committee, the head of press-department of the Committee of Cultural Relations with Armenian diaspora. He is an author of many books, novels and articles.

Books[edit]

  • Suren Surenian, Yerevan, 1959
  • Isahak Alikhanian, Yerevan, 1967

Sources[edit]

  • Armenian Concise Encyclopedia, Ed. by acad. K. Khudaverdian, Yerevan, 1990, Vol. 1, p. 8