4 edition of Illustrations for two novels by Marie-Claire Blais found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Mary Meigs ; preface by Marie-Claire Blais.|
|Series||Exile editions -- no. 5|
|Contributions||Meigs, Mary, 1917-, Blais, Marie Claire., Blais, Marie Claire.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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Marie-Claire Blais, French-Canadian novelist and poet, known for reporting the bleak inner reality of characters born without hope, their empty lives often played out against a featureless, unnamed landscape. In two early dreamlike novels, La Belle Bête (; Mad Shadows) and Tête blanche ().
Marie-Claire Blais is the internationally revered author of more than twenty-five books, many of which have been published around the world.
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He warned Meigs to nail down her fortune and keep a close eye on the spendthrift Canadian. (Of the three books to result from that drama, Meigs’ memoir, The Medusa Head, is the most interesting.) Since the ’80s, Marie-Claire Blais has lived in Key West, the geographical if not the spiritual setting of her magnum opus.
Originally published in under the title Soifs, the first novel in Marie-Claire Blais’ masterful series won the Governor General’s Award for French Fiction and was hailed by critics around the world as a tour de force, comparing Blais to such literary greats as Virginia Woolf, Dante, Sophocles, and this dazzling rendering, These Festive Nights, celebrated translator.
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It quickly established her as a rising talent within the Quebec literary scene. Originally published in under the title Soifs, the first novel in Marie-Claire Blais’ masterful series won the Governor General’s Award for French Fiction and was hailed by critics around the world as a tour de force, comparing Blais to such literary greats as Virginia Woolf, Dante, Sophocles, and this dazzling rendering, These Festive Nights, celebrated translator Reviews: 1.
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Marie-Claire Blais is a defining figure in Canada&;s literary landscape, with over 30 books to her credit, including La Belle Bete (Mad Shadows), published when she was twenty, Une Saison dans la vie d’Emmanuel (A Season in the Life of Emmanuel), which is now taught regularly in university and college courses, and Soifs (These Festive Nights), which won the Governor General’s Award in It’s the spring of The young Quebec author Marie-Claire Blais, bursting with energy and talent, has just won a coveted Guggenheim fellowship.
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In his preface to the New Canadian Library edition of Québécoise writer Marie-Claire Blaise's debut novel, Mad Shadows (French La belle bête), Naim Kattan starts his discussion by noting that, when first published inthe fact that it was a taboo-breaking novel written by a young woman led people to class her as one with Françoise /5(50).
Mad Shadows, Marie-Claire Blais. Merloyd Lawrence, trans. (McClelland & Stewart) First published (as La Belle Bête) inwhen the author was all of 20 years old, Blais’s debut scandalized conservative Catholic Quebec society with its portrait of a supremely dysfunctional family made up of a self-absorbed matriarch, an ugly duckling daughter, and a beautiful but mentally.
Set in a boarding school, it is the story of two schoolboys who plot the murder of one their classmates and enact the crime. As a play, it is a study of innocence, evil, and complicity, themes well-known to readers of Mille. Selon Marie-Claire Blais ("Book club", 14 mai ) certains de ces jeunes, qui accusent et reflètent notre.
Illustrations For Two Novels By Marie-Claire Blais Description Widely considered by critics and readers alike to be her masterpiece, Marie-Claire Blais’ fourth novel, A Season in the Life of Emmanuel – first published in – continues to shock, amaze, and move readers all over the world.
Marie-Claire Blais naît à Québec en Elle publie à lâge de vingt ans un premier roman, La Belle Bête, dans lequel elle analyse avec une âpre lucidité les ressorts psychologiques dune relation violente, pleine de haine et denvie, entre une jeune femme trop laide et son frère, simple desprit mais si beau que lon ne voit que lui/5(11).
The Execution (English-language version of L'exécution) is a full-length drama by Marie-Claire Blais, translated by David Lobdell.
Set in a boarding school, it tells the story of two schoolboys who plot the murder of one of their classmates and enact the crime. The Execution is a study of innocence, evil and complicity. Two boys in a private. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Marie Claire Blais books online.
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In addition to the Governor General's Literary Award for Fiction, which she has won four times, Blais has been awarded the Gilles-Corbeil Prize, the Me´dicis Prize, the Molson Prize, and Guggenheim Fellowships.
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Marie-Claire Blais, Canadian novelist, poet, playwright. Member Writers Union Canada, Academy Canada Francaise, Union des Ecrivains, Union des Auteurs Dramatiques, Pen Club, Compagnon de l'Order du Canada, Royal Society, Academy Royale de la Belgique, Order of Quebec.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of: L'île. Description: 55 pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Marie-Claire Blais Published by Salem Press, Inc.
Marie-Claire Blais (blay) was born on October 5,in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, the first of five children of Fernando and Veronique Notin.
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Les romans. Part detective novel, part psychological thriller, Surfacing is the story of a young woman who returns to northern Quebec, to the remote island of her childhood, with her lover and two friends, to investigate the mysterious disappearance of her father.
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She published her first novel, La Belle Bête (“Mad Shadows”) when she was only 20 years old. Since then, she has written more than twenty novels, as well as poetry, plays, and newspaper articles. - Explore House of Anansi Press's board "Anansi Fiction", followed by people on Pinterest.
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