Almighty Voice and His Wife

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Playwrights Canada Press, 2001 - Drama - 61 pages
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A young Cree couple woo and wed, but it's 1885, the generation after the Reil Rebellion. It's hard for any Indians to live happily ever after, unless one goes into show business. A retelling of historic incidents to create a play about the place of Native people in Canada.

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Daniel David Moses, playwright and poet, is a Delaware who was born at Ohsweken, Ontario on the Six Nations lands. Now living in Toronto, he writes and works with Native and cross-cultural organizations. He is the author of "Coyote City", nominated for the 1991 Governor General's Award for Drama, and "The Dreaming Beauty, Big Buck City, Almighty Voice and His Wife", and "The Mite Lines", a book of poetry. He is co-editor with Terry Goldie of "An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature in English".

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