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The Armenian-American Revolutionary.

Here’s writer and translator Aris G. Sevag’s third presentation of Bedros A. Keljik’s Armenian-American Sketches.

This is the third installment of Bedros A. Keljik’s Armenian-American Sketches, which were translated and annotated by Aris G. Sevag. “No Good Comes From Having Children in This Country,” along with a short biography of Keljik, can be found here and the second story here.

Vart Vruyr was the name of this revolutionary, who was a short man with a pointed curled mustache, a goatee hanging from his lip, loosely tied necktie, and a nicely shaped head with long, curly hair.[1] In those days, long hair was characteristic not only of esthetes but also revolutionaries.

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