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Mariam Petrosyan

Armenian writer

1969   -  

genre: prose
country of citizenship: Soviet Union, Armenia
languages spoken, written or signed: Russian
educated at: Terlemezyan state college of fine arts
occupation: writer, novelist, painter
award received: Bolshaya Kniga Award, Russia Award, Wanderer literary award, Russian Booker Prize
influenced by: Ken Kesey

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Mariam Petrosyan (Armenian: Մարիամ Պետրոսյան, born 10 August 1969) is an Armenian painter, cartoonist and Russian-language novelist. She is most well known as the author of the award-winning novel The Gray House (2009), translated into eight languages.
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