Michael Hovhannisyan known by his pen name Nar-Dos, began his career as a writer in the 1880s starting with his poems, some of which were published in Araks (Saint-Petersburg) and "Sokhak Hayastani" collection. He also wrote stories, feuilletons and plays. Under the influence of Gabriel Sundukyan, Nar-Dos created the plays "Mayini gangaty" , "Honey and flies" in 1886 and "Brother" in 1887.
After 1890 a new period begins in Nar-Dos' creative life of which deep psychological analysis is typical. Famous works of this period are "The Killed Dove" (1898) in which the author depicts the tragedy of an Armenian woman , "Struggle" (1911) and "The Death".
Nar-Dos developed the psychological trend of Armenian critical realism displaying refined Armenian language.
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