Angels and Anger: Five Acadian Plays

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Glen Freeman Nichols
Playwrights Canada Press, 2003 - Drama - 255 pages
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Angels and Anger is the first anthology of contemporary Acadian plays translated into English. Includes playwrights such as Hermenegilde Chiasson, Laval Goupil, and Gracia Couturier. Political, social and aesthetic questions are explored in Alienor and Dark Owl, or The Renegade Angel, while My Husbandís an Angel is a quirky full-length monologue, another quintessential Acadian form. Theatre for young audiences is also represented by Chiassonís play for teens, Cape Enrage, as well as Ivan Van Heckeís adaptation of a Nova Scotian childrenís story Twelve Strands of Wool.

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Contents

My Husbands an Angel
69
Twelve Strands of Wool
95
Cape Enrage
149
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