4 edition of Plays by French and Francophone women found in the catalog.
Plays by French and Francophone women
|Statement||edited and translated by Christiane P. Makward and Judith G. Miller with an annotated bibliography by Cynthia Running-Johnson.|
|Contributions||Makward, Christiane P., 1941-, Miller, Judith Graves., Running-Johnson, Cynthia.|
|LC Classifications||PQ1240.E5 P53 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 345 p. :|
|Number of Pages||345|
|LC Control Number||94030885|
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Plays by French and Francophone Women presents eight recent plays by contemporary French and francophone women writers. The plays vary in style and form from the satirical to the poeticFormat: Paperback.
A rich collection of plays by French and francophone women writers in English translation. Plays by French and Francophone Women presents eight recent plays by contemporary French and francophone women writers. The plays vary in style and form from the satirical to the poetic, from the comedic one-woman show to the potential multi-media esoteric production, and have been written by French, Qué becois, Acadian, and Caribbean francophone writers.
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Oct 01, · Plays by French and Francophone Women (review) and North and sub-Saharan Africa write in French despite the fact that the language was the very foundation of French colonial power. The plays in Makward’s and Miller’s anthology present the complexities of our postcolonial world through theatre that was molded in the cauldron of modern Author: Kevin Elstob.
Jun 17, · Makward and Miller’s Plays by French and Francophone Women: A Critical Anthology () and D’Almeida’s A Rain of Words: A Bilingual Anthology of Women’s Poetry in Francophone Africa () are examples of material accessible to an Anglophone makethemworkforyou.com: Mary Vogl.
Plays by French and Francophone Women: A Critical Anthology by Running-Johnson, Cynthia. University of Michigan Press, Paperback. Good. Plays by French and Francophone women book Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Author of Dictionnaire Littéraire Des Femmes De Langue Française, Mayotte Capڳecia, Ou, L'aliڳenation Selon Fanon, and Plays by French and Francophone Women/5.
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Sahakian argues that these late-twentieth-century plays by French Caribbean women writers dramatize and enact creolization—the process Author: Emily Sahakian.
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May 03, · Miller’s long list of published works includes a study of the French theatre director Ariane Mnouchkine (Ariane Mnouchkine, ); an anthology of plays by French and francophone women in collaboration with Christiane Makward (); a four-volume project bringing together women’s writings from Africa (Women Writing Africa, ); and an.
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Begin reading like a book. My recommendation is to begin like you would with any book, and start by reading the play to yourself. In addition to a anthology of the plays of Koffi Kwahulé, she has published the anthology Plays by French and Francophone Women and a study of Ariane Mnouchkine, director of Théâtre du Soleil.
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Ina Césaire (born in in Martinique) is a Martinican playwright and ethnographer. In her article "Littérature orale et contes," she discusses how Caribbean story tales are true "révélateur" of that [Caribbean] spirit and affirms that the role of Caribbean folktale is to represent the culture.
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