Gevorg Emin is an Armenian poet, essayist and translator.
|Born||September 30, 1919, Ashtarak, First Republic of Armenia|
|Died||June 11, 1998, Yerevan, Armenia|
|Occupation||Poet, essayist, translator|
|Literary movement||Socialist realism|
|Notable works||Seven Songs About Armenia|
|Relatives||Artashes Emin (son), Vazgen Muradian (brother), Vago Muradian (nephew)|
Armenian poet, translator, and author best known for Seven Songs About Armenia. His later works include In the Streets of Boston and First Night in New York.
He worked as a hydraulic engineer in his early adulthood.
He fought in World War II from 1941-1945.
He married the daughter of fellow Armenian poet Vahan Terian. Following his first wife's death, he wed writer Armenouhi Hamparian.
He translated the work of renowned Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz.
- Alumni of the Armenian National Polytechnic University
- Armenian poets of the twentieth century TM_VZ! Male Armenian poets
- Soviet engineers
- Soviet poets
- The Recipients of the Friendship Medal of Peoples
- Recipient of the Soviet State Prize
- Male Soviet writers
- Engineer of the 20th century
Latest information about Gevorg Emin updated on June 14 2021.