Arthur Adamov, the 20th century dramatist was Armenian-born [Adamian] from Russia. He became famous in France and around the world through his absurdist plays. He committed suicide in 1970. In the July 5, 2013 “Times Literary Supplement” review of John Calder’s “The Garden of Eros”, reviewer Phi Baker wrote: “…his [Adamov’s] suicide seems to have been unwittingly brought about by a London postman who hoarded mail instead of delivering it, which prevented Adamov’s pleas for money from reaching their destination.”

Arthur Adamov, the 20th century dramatist was Armenian-born [Adamian] from Russia. He became famous in France and around the world through his absurdist plays. He committed suicide in 1970. In the July 5, 2013 “Times Literary Supplement” review of John Calder’s “The Garden of Eros”, reviewer Phi Baker wrote: “…his [Adamov’s] suicide seems to have been unwittingly brought about by a London postman who hoarded mail instead of delivering it, which prevented Adamov’s pleas for money from reaching their destination.”

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