Spanning seven decades, this memoir is an account of the life of Herant Katchadourian on three continents: The Middle East, Europe, and the United States. While the memoir is highly distinctive, the issues the author focuses on have many features that are common with other people's lives, such as the role of chance and the reconstruction of past ev

chapter 1|32 pages

The Legacy of Alexander

chapter 2|34 pages

The Khatchadourians and Nazarians

chapter 3|42 pages

Coming of Age

chapter 4|32 pages

That They May Have Life . . .

chapter 5|38 pages

. . . And Have It More Abundantly

chapter 6|38 pages

To the Land of Milk and Honey

chapter 7|32 pages

Passing Through the World of Research

chapter 8|40 pages

Home Again

chapter 9|36 pages

The Joy of Teaching

chapter 10|40 pages

Would-Be Administrator

chapter 11|34 pages

Doing Good

chapter 12|40 pages

A Healing Place