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The Story of a Provincial Armenian Woman-bookcover

By: Fel Justice

The Story of a Provincial Armenian Woman

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‘Fel’ grows up in an Armenian province. What do we know about Armenia? A small Christian nation, locked between large powers, some of which are hostile. Preserving the Armenian culture is of paramount importance, but what is “culture”? As valuable as it is to the elder, the youth seek their own new values. This story is about an extraordinary young woman who struggled between respect for her country, love for her family and her own desire to be independent, preserve her self-esteem and live her ambitions. Through her eyes, we see what tensions a teenage girl in Armenia is subject to when she follows her own emotions and preferences. She takes the reader into her world filled with dilemmas, loyalty conflicts and confrontations. When her life story unfolds the reader is dragged into the astounding turmoil that results from her choices in life. Choices that are always inspired by her emotions, her personal principles and never-ending willpower to find respect, understanding and happiness, for herself and her loved ones.

This story is certainly an inspiration.

Born in an Armenian Province, Fel Justice spent her childhood and teenage years in great schools and had excellent educational achievements. After finishing her school curriculum with a gold medal, she received her first Master’s Degree as an English Language Teacher at the age of 21. After enriching her professional career as a high school teacher and teacher trainer for the Ministry of Education, simultaneously volunteering for Red Cross and Vanadzor Orphanage, she decided to go further to get her second Master’s Degree in Education and International Development in England. Finally settling in France, she taught English language extensively at a university and Catholic college, as well as at various Training Centres. Having lived in Armenia, Russia, the Netherlands, England, and France, she currently speaks four languages.

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