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The presentation of Aram Pachyan’s new novel P/F took place on September 26th at “Mirzoyan” library.  The title was published by Edge Publishing house. During the event composer and pianist Arthur Avanesov, pianist and Founder of Are Performing Arts Festival Marine Karoyan and composer and vice-proctor of Yerevan State Conservatory Aram Hovhannisyan spoke about the book. The vent was moderated by journalist, writer and art manager Anush Khocharyan.

Aram Pachyan’s P/F is a fragmental novel. Old and new Yerevan, the river Getar, the vanished tram and the “lonely” man, who tries to find himself in the town of his memories, in his feelings and future dreams, they all meet in the novel. The author dedicates the novel to all his tutors of zen buddhism which also defines the philosophy of the novel. All the fragments of the novel are linked with each other, but their order does not matter at all and is just conditional. Having read the novel at one breath, you appear in need to reread it more slowly. P/F is a new novel and a new approach to finding answers to many questions.