While my friends sought the glitter, I followed my inner joys,tramping the gardens and the wildsin harmony with nature.I bared my souland sought in returnthe ways of her infinite mysteriesthat nourished my questionings and desires.
Credited with initiating what would later come to be known as the “Zartonk,” or “Awakening,” during which Armenians reasoned toward the necessity of a free Armenian state. Killed Mehmet Talaat Pasha in Berlin as part of “Operation Nemesis.” The only woman on the Young Turk list of Armenians to be deported and killed on April 24, 1915.
An imposing and defiant voice of the Armenian community in the Ottoman Empire.
The “General of the Armenians” who fought during Genocide and the First Republic and raised funds for Armenian war refugees.
A pioneer and advocate of the “right-to-die” movement known as “Dr.
Awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 2016 for his book of poetry “Ozone Journal.” The man who taught and inspired Stephen Hawking.