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Sune SevadaIndependent author Yerevan Armenia

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Laura HovakimyanIndependent author Yerevan Armenia

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Silvia KhachatryanIndependent author Yerevan Armenia

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Abstract

“Warher” is a short story from the 2019 book Addiction written by Sune Sevada – a young Armenian writer and journalist, whose work has received much widespread recognition and acclaim. “Warher” is a story of love and struggle, an emotional outburst depicting the lives of those who remain behind, as the men go to war. Sevada’s short story is particularly significant in that it provides a testimony of the just recent war waged on the people and lands of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabagh) by the Turkish and Azeri governments, where a small group of people had to defend their indigenous lands, families, and their homes against millions. Through detailed descriptions and hidden symbols, the story gives the readers a deep understanding of these events, and more specifically, the emotional struggles of the women and children, who live in constant fear and terror, anxiously await the fate of their loved ones fighting in war.

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