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by Linda Gaboriau,Daniel Danis

  • ISBN: 0889225192
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Linda Gaboriau,Daniel Danis
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Talonbooks; 1 edition (March 15, 2005)
  • Pages: 96
  • ePub book: 1750 kb
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Daniel Danis, Linda Gaboriau (Translation). Under the ever-present eyes of a chorus of dogs, the play opens with Djoukie, holding a series of number eights, symbols of eternity, changing the price at her mother’s Gaz-O-Tee-Pee.

Daniel Danis, Linda Gaboriau (Translation). Daniel Danis’s homage to Aeschylus, the father of tragedy, is set on an imaginary island in the St. Lawrence River. Determined to escape this real junkpile for a bunch of mental cases, Djouke wants only to discover the mystery of her paternity before she leaves.

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Under the ever-present eyes of a chorus of dogs, the play opens with Djoukie, holding a series of number eights, symbols of eternity, changing the price at her mother’s Gaz-O-Tee-Pee.

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

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. A native of Boston, she moved to Montreal in 1963 to pursue her studies at McGill University where she obtained a .

Linda Gaboriau is an award-winning literary translator based in Montreal. Her translations of plays by Quebec’s most prominent playwrights have been published and produced across Canada and abroad. In her work as a literary manager and dramaturge, she has directed numerous translation residencies and international exchange projects. She was the founding ­director of the Banff International Literary Translation Centre. Gaboriau has twice won the Governor General’s Award for Translation: in 1996, for Daniel Danis’s Stone and Ashes, and in 2010, for Wajdi Mouawad’s Forests.

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Gaboriau was the founding director of the Banff International Literary Translation Centre.

Daniel Danis's homage to Aeschylus, the "father of tragedy," is set on an imaginary island in the St. Lawrence River

Daniel Danis's homage to Aeschylus, the "father of tragedy," is set on an imaginary island in the St. The eccentric islanders are about to join in the outdoor "Rages" staged by the trickster Coyote-wild Bacchanalia where the participants, under the influence of his potions, lose all vestiges of their civility and abandon themselves to the elemental forces of life and death.

1996 - Stone and Ashes (Daniel Danis, Cendres de cailloux). 1998 - That Woman (Daniel Danis, Celle-là)

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 . 1996 - Stone and Ashes (Daniel Danis, Cendres de cailloux). 1998 - That Woman (Daniel Danis, Celle-là). 1998 - The Tale of Teeka (Michel Marc Bouchard, L'histoire de l'oie).

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Gaboriau was born in the small town of Saujon, Charente-Maritime. He became a secretary to Paul Féval, and after publishing some novels and miscellaneous writings, found his real gift in L'Affaire Lerouge (1866). The book, which was Gaboriau's first detective novel, introduced an amateur detective.

Daniel Danis’s homage to Aeschylus, the “father of tragedy,” is set on an imaginary island in the St. Lawrence River. The eccentric islanders are about to join in the outdoor “Rages” staged by the trickster Coyote—wild Bacchanalia where the participants, under the influence of his potions, lose all vestiges of their civility and abandon themselves to the elemental forces of life and death.Under the ever-present eyes of a chorus of dogs, the play opens with Djoukie, holding a series of number eights, symbols of eternity, changing the price at her mother’s Gaz-O-Tee-Pee. Determined to escape this “real junkpile for a bunch of mental cases,” Djouke wants only to discover the mystery of her paternity before she leaves. But she is unprepared for what she is about to discover: that the day brings on the night, and that all humans are trapped at the heart of this eternal quarrel.Le Langue-à-Langue des chiens de roche was the winner of the 2002 Governor General’s Award for French Drama.