|Translated from French by
|Zaruhi Grigoryan, Theophana Vardanyan
|Number of pages
Celine Delbecq is a young author who is well known in Europe and her works are performed on European stages and translated into different languages. The sensitive perception of reality is unique to this author. By creating dramatic acute situations, she brings up the existing social problems that concern the modern man.
"Savage Child" poignantly raises the complex relationship between the individual and society and the lack of understanding of the individual, and the inability of existing laws to ensure happiness for minors who are faced with various difficulties due to fate.
In the play "The Mad", the writer once again touches on social problems and human relations, and the problem how important it is that indifference to the realities of the world does not deepen in a person. The work is dramatic, with mental upheavals and fluctuations of the characters, has a figurative language, and the author's deep penetration into psychoanalysis is emphasized.
The book is published in the format of facing pages in French and Armenian.