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French kiss : étreinte-exploration. by. Brossard, Nicole. UCLA Library, Preservation Department. download 20 Files download 12 Original.
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Published in Montreal Series. Nouvelle culture, Proses du jour ; 12.
Published in Montreal. The Physical Object. 151 p. ; 19 cm. Number of pages.
In 1965 she cofounded the influential literary magazine La Barre du Jour and in 1976 she codirected the film Some American Femnists
Translated by Patricia Claxton. Start by marking French Kiss: étreinte Exploration as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. French Kiss: étreinte. In 1965 she cofounded the influential literary magazine La Barre du Jour and in 1976 she codirected the film Some American Femnists. She has published eight novels including Picture Theory, Mauve Desert, Baroque at Dawn, an essay "The Aerial Letter" and many books of poetry including Daydream M Born in Montreal (Quebec), poet, novelist and essayist Nicole Brossard published her first book in 1965.
Nicole Brossard 1943–
Nicole Brossard 1943–. French Canadian poet, novelist, playwright, and essayist. The following entry presents an overview of Brossard's life and career through 1997. As co-founder of the avant-garde periodical La Barre du Jour and the feminist collective Les Têtes de Pioche, Brossard helped to create a dialogue in Quebec poetics which affected a generation of writers. Born in Montreal, Brossard attended several different schools, including the University of Montreal.
Brossard wrote her first collection in 1965, Aube à la saison French kiss, étreinte, exploration - (1974) 1979
Brossard wrote her first collection in 1965, Aube à la saison. The collection L'Echo bouge beau marked a break in the evolution of her poetry that included an open and active participation in numerous cultural events (such as poetry recitals) Selected bibliography. Aube à la saison - 1965. French kiss, étreinte, exploration - (1974) 1979. Les sens apparent - 1980 (translated in English as Surfaces of Sense). Amantes - 1980 (translated in English as Lovhers; nominated for a Governor General's Award).
Sold-Out, étreinte - 1977. French kiss, étrainte, exploration - 1979. Nicole Brossard - Nicole Brossard, . Elle fonda la revue la Barre du jou. ncyclopédie Universelle
Sold-Out, étreinte - 1977. born November 27, 1943 in Montreal) is a leading French Canadian formalist poet and novelist. She lives in Outremont, a former city in Montreal, Quebec. She wrote her first collection in 1965, Aube à la maison. ncyclopédie Universelle. Famille Brossard - Brossard (patronyme) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Brossard.
born November 27, 1943) is a leading French-Canadian formalist poet and novelist. She lives in Outremont, a suburb of Montreal, Canada. Brossard was born in Montreal, Quebec. She attended Collège Marguerite Bourgeoys and the Université de Montréal.
The Blue Books collects these three long-out-of-print, groundbreaking Brossard titles, in their original Coach House Press English translations (A Book by Larry Shouldice, Turn of a Pang and French Kiss by the acclaimed Patricia Claxton).