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By Tennessee Williams. 2008
In this play, a recently widowed, faded southern belle visits her bohemian sister and lusty brother-in-law in the French Quarter… of New Orleans. Seeking the lost gentility of her early life, she instead faces a mental breakdown because of the insensitivity of those around her. First published in 1947, c2008.
By Tristan Demers. 2010
L'histoire d'amour entre Tintin et les jeunes lecteurs québécois a commencé bien avant qu'Hergé ne foule pour la première fois… le sol américain, en 1965. Lors de son séjours au Québec, des milliers d'admirateurs se pressent autour de lui et, réciproquement, Hergé ressent d'emblée pour ce pays une sympathie profonde. Cet ouvrage à l'allure de journal retrace le voyage d'Hergé à Montréal, Québec et Manicouagan. Salon du Livre : Lauréat volet Vie pratique 2011. 2010.
By Alfred Uhry. 1986
Boolie, a Jewish businessman, hires a chauffeur for his elderly mother, Daisy. She is not happy about relying on a… black man, but over the years, Hoke becomes her devoted friend. Winner of the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. 1986.
By Peter Shaffer. 1958
By Eugene O'Neill. 1922
A symbolic play about the daughter of a Swedish boat captain, a cynical young woman who falls in love with… a brawny Irish seaman. When she confesses that she worked as a prostitute in Minnesota for a time, both her father and her lover repudiate her. The play won a Pulitzer Prize in 1922.
By Timothy Findley. 2000
This drama brings together William Shakespeare and Queen Elizabeth I, as they and the members of Shakespeare's acting troupe discuss… what makes a man a man and a woman a woman. Much of the dialogue is between Elizabeth, who has reigned in essence as a man, and Ned, one of the actors who throughout his career has played women. On the eve of the execution of the Queen's former lover, the characters come to unexpected conclusions about identity, sex, humanity and love. Some strong language. Winner of the 2000 Governor General's Award for Drama. 2000.