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Anthology of Québec Women's Plays in English Translation Volume One (1966-1986) - print by Louise H. Forsyth

Louise H. Forsyth brings to English Canada some of the best plays by women that Quebec has to offer, in translation from the original French. The three volumes in this collection span the years 1966 through 2009.




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Anthology of Québec Women's Plays in English Translation Volume One (1966-1986) - print

Covering a diverse range of subject matter, many of these plays are published in English for the first time.

Includes:

The Savage Season (Le Temps sauvage) by Anne Hébert, translated by Pamela Grant and Gregory Reid
Playing Double (Double jeu) by Françoise Loranger, translated by Louise H. Forsyth
Mine Sincerely (Bien à moi) by Marie Savard, translated by Louise H. Forsyth
Evangeline the Second (Evangéline deusse) by Antonine Maillet, translated by Luis de Céspedes
The Ocean (L’Océan) by Marie-Claire Blais, translated by Ray Chamberlain
A Clash of Symbols (La Nef des sorcières) by Marthe Blackburn, Marie-Claire Blais, Nicole Brossard, Odette Gagnon, Luce Guilbeault, Pol Pelletier, France Théoret; translated by Linda Gaboriau
The Fairies Are Thirsty (Les Fées ont soif) by Denise Boucher, translated by Alan Brown
Mommy (Moman) by Louisette Dussault, translated by Linda Gaboriau
The Edge of Earth is Too Near, Violette Leduc (La Terre est trop courte, Violette Leduc) by Jovette Marchessault, translated by Susanne de Lotbinière-Harwood
Night (L’Homme gris) by Marie Laberge, translated by Rina Fraticelli
Marie-Antoine, Opus One (Marie-Antoine, Opus 1) by Lise Vaillancourt, translated by Jill Mac Dougall

Additional Information

Title Anthology of Québec Women's Plays in English Translation Volume One (1966-1986) - print
ISBN 13 9780887548680
Genre Anthology, Drama, Quebec Writers, Women Writers
Contributor(s) Louise H. Forsyth
Agent Please contact Playwrights Canada Press for more information about production rights.
Year 2007

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