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by Linda Gaboriau,Normand Chaurette

Author: Linda Gaboriau,Normand Chaurette
Subcategory: Dramas & Plays
Language: English
Publisher: Talonbooks; First Printing edition (January 1, 1998)
Pages: 96 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.6
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Normand Chaurette, Linda Gaboriau (Translation). Fragments of a Farewell Letter Read by Geologists is a dramatized inquiry in which five geologists are interrogated about the death of one of their colleagues in the Mekong Delta, Cambodia. It is a play about the beginnings and endings of all things. Be the first to ask a question about Fragments of a Farewell Letter Read by Geologists. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Sep 11, 2014 Frank rated it really liked it.

Linda Gaboriau, née Johnson, is a Canadian dramaturg and literary translator who has translated some 125 . 1998 - Fragments of a Farewell Letter Read by Geologists (Normand Chaurette, Fragments d'une lettre d'adieu lus par des géologues).

Linda Gaboriau, née Johnson, is a Canadian dramaturg and literary translator who has translated some 125 plays and novels by Quebec writers, including many of the Quebec plays best known to English-speaking audiences. 1998 - The Queens (Normand Chaurette, Les Reines). 1998 - For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again (Michel Tremblay, Encore une fois, si vous le permettez). 1999 - The Coronation Voyage (Michel Marc Bouchard, Le voyage du Couronnement).

Linda Gaboriau is a Canadian dramaturg and literary translator who has translated some 125 plays and novels by. .

Linda Gaboriau is a Canadian dramaturg and literary translator who has translated some 125 plays and novels by Quebec writers, including many of the Quebec plays best known to English-speaking audiences. A native of Boston, Gaboriau moved to Montreal in 1963 to pursue her studies at McGill University where she obtained a .

Fragments of a Farewell Letter Read by Geologists.

Michel Marc Bouchard, "L'histoire de l'oie") 1998 - "Fragments of a Farewell Letter Read by Geologists" (Normand Chaurette, "Fragments d'une lettre d'adieu lus par des géologues") 1998 - "The Queens" (Normand Chaurette, "Les Reines") 1998 - "For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again" (Michel Tremblay, "Encore une fois, si vous le permettez") 1999 - "The.

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by Geologists By Normand Chaurette Translated by Linda Gaboriau. Normand Chaurette was born in Montreal in 1954.

Fragments of a Farewell Letter Read by Geologists By Normand Chaurette Translated by Linda Gaboriau. His published plays include: Rêve d’une nuit d’hôpital; Provincetown Playhouse, juillet 1919, j’avais 19 ans; Fêtes d’autome; La Société de Métis; and The Queens (Talonbooks 1998).

1998 - Fragments of a Farewell Letter Read by Geologists (Normand Chaurette, Fragments d'une lettre d'adieu lus par des géologues).

Provincetown Playhouse, Juillet 1919, J'avais 19 ans. Normand Chaurette. Rêve d'une nuit d'hôpital. All the Verdis of Venice. Ce qui meurt en dernier.

Normand Chaurette Normand Chaurette was born in Montreal in 1954. Linda Gaboriau Linda Gaboriau is an award-winning literary translator based in Montreal. His published plays include: Reve d'une nuit d'hopital ; Provincetown Playhouse, juillet 1919, j'avais 19 ans ; Fetes d'autome ; La Societe de Metis ; and The Queens (Talonbooks 1998). Fragments of a Farewell Letter Read by Geologists (Talonbooks 1998) was nominated for a Governor General's Award in 1987 and won the Prix de l'Association quebecoise des critiques de theatre for Best Play Produced in 1988. His novel, Scenes d'enfants, was nominated for a 1989 Governor General's Award.

Fragments of a Farewell Letter Read by Geologists is a dramatized inquiry in which five geologists are interrogated about the death of one of their colleagues in the Mekong Delta, Cambodia.It is a play about the beginnings and endings of all things. It is a ritualized drama in which meaning is stripped first from reason, then from authority, then from language, then from geography, and finally from the body. Washed away by the rain, both deafening and silent. It is an investigation into the mystery of the wound of life opened up by a bolt of lightening striking a primordial, featureless sea, and the return of all things to that sea. There is no mystery here but The Mystery. It is a play of specific speech, probing dialogue, investigative interrogation, but no narrative.This is experimental theatre of the very best kind because it succeeds in extending the possibilities of what can be contained by the conventions of the dramatic form in a way that does not betray either the subject or the form.Cast of one woman and six men.