Alexander Dumas and Jules Verne, Hovhannes Tumanyan and Saint Exupéry, Vakhtang Ananyan and Mark Twain. We read the books of these and other authors during our childhood. Today's child and young reader, of course, has other preferences. How did the books of our childhood make us? What can they give to today's readers?  Literary critics Hayk Hambardzumyan and Arkmenik Nikoghosyan are debating in "Parallel Readings".
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