First published in 1894, Knut Hamsun's Pan is former lieutenant Thomas Glahn's retrospective narrative of his life and adventures in the Norwegian woods. A man of fascinating complexity, Glahn is in some respects a modern successor to a long line of "superfluous" men in western literature, an heir to Goethe's Werther and the protagonists of Turgenev and Dostoyevsky.
This book includes different works (essays, novels, stories) of the talented writer published in the collections “Sunday” (1983), “Heavy Light” (1987) and “A Fair Blessing” (1993).
The publication presents one of the most mysterious and dramatic works of the Armenian Literature - "The Land of Nairi" by Yeghishe Charents. Charents himself has called this genre "The Poem-like Novel". The work was written in 1921-1924, in Moscow and in Yerevan. The novel has been published for the first time in 1926, in Yerevan.
Էլեկտրոնային հրատարակությունը լրամշակված է. ավելացվել են նախորդ հրատարակություններից դուրս մնացած հատվածները։