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Shahe Kazarian's - Reflections of My I (Published by Cadmus Project: 2007)
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January 2008 Vol. 9 No. 4

Shahe Kazarian's - Reflections of My I (Published by Cadmus Project: 2007)

Book cover

Dr. Shahe Kazarian, a world renown clinical professor of psychology in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, has written and published poetry in Armenian and English in his formative years. Nevertheless, Reflections of My I, published by Cadmus Project in 2007, represents his first collection of English poems in the literary community. The writing of the poems that comprise Reflections of My I spans three decades, and are dedicated to the people of Canada for their warmth and generosity towards refugees. While the poetic narratives in Reflections of My I have been preoccupied with multiculturalism, human rights, and collectivist and individualist self identities, the purpose of the volume has not been to promise or catalogue answers to life's challenges for the consumption of the coming generations but rather to invoke deep concern for history, morality, citizenry, and the choice between war and peace cultures confronting humanity in the 21st century. The reading of Dr. Kazarian's poetic narratives provides the benefits of relaxation, mind expansion, understanding, solace and comfort, and sheer enjoyment; and the invocation of attitudes of optimism, hope, mahabbeh and peace.

Reflections of My I was launched in Lebanon on Friday April 20, 2007 and in Canada on August 29, 2007. Proceeds of the book have been (and will be) used for raising awareness of crimes against humanity including the Armenian Genocide.