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Author: Paige, AbbyDate: 2013-01-00Publication: above/ground pressLanguage : enFind in a library: https://francolibrary.com/items/show/2125Book of poems from Vermont native and Ottawa writer and performer, Abby Paige. A sequence of writings on Samuel de Champlain's New France - through the lens of his modern returning.
Author: Duhamel, DeniseDate: 2005Publication: Firewheel EditionsLanguage : enFind in a library: 616903541001 lines of poetry from Woonsocket, Rhode Island native and teacher of creative writing at Florida International University. From the author of "Queen for a Day" and "The Star-Spangled Banner." Title modeled after Hervé Le Tellier's Mille pensées.
Author: Poulin, A., Jr.Date: 1984 WinterLanguage : enFind in a library: 8932675Poem from a Lisbon, Maine writer and founder of poetry's BOA Editions. Dedicated to David Plante. Featured in the New England Review and Bread Loaf Quarterly published by Middlebury College. Republished posthumously in a collection of A. Poulin, Jr's works, "Selected Poems" (2001).
Author: Moreau, DavidDate: 2004Publication: Moon Pie PressLanguage : enFind in a library: 61727160Book of poems from Wayne, Maine writer and author of the 2004 chapbook, "Children Are Ugly Little Monsters (But You Have to Love Them Anyway").
Author: Poulin, A., Jr.Date: 1972Publication: E.P. DuttonLanguage : enFind in a library: 340273Book of poems from Lisbon, Maine native, former professor of creative writing at SUNY Brockport, and translator of Rainer Maria Rilke's Duino Elegies.
Author: Voisine, ConnieDate: 2008Publication: University of Chicago PressLanguage : enFind in a library: 123137085Book of poems from Fort Kent, Maine native and professor of English at New Mexico State University. Author of the book of poems, "Cathedral of the North," published in 2001.
Author: Dantin, LouisDate: 2000Publication: Écrits des ForgesLanguage : frFind in a library: 48501383Présentation de douze poèmes écrites par Louis Dantin. Précédée d'un essai critique et biographique de Dantin - sa vie et ses oeuvres au Canada, en Europe, et à Boston aux États-Unis dans la première moitié du XXe siècle.
Author: Trottier, MauriceDate: 1965-08-16Publication: Librairie Beauchemin limitéeLanguage : frFind in a library: 4216241Un livre de poèsie, de courtes pièces d'un écrivain et un prêtre de Manchester, New Hampshire. Une introduction par Rosaire Dion-Lévesque.
Author: Trottier, MauriceDate: 1981Publication: Editions LafayetteLanguage : enFind in a library: 9400262Book of French and English language poems, written in a sequence modeled after the author's teenage years, from 13-20. From a Manchester, New Hampshire native writer. Illustrated in photographs and black and white drawings.
Un livre de poèsie en anglais et en français, d'un écrivain de Manchester, New Hampshire. Écrit en 8 segments: un segment pour chacune des années d'adolescence de l'auteur, 13 ans à 20 ans. Illustré par photos et dessins en noir et blanc.
Author: Trottier, MauriceDate: 1983-2-10Publication: Editions LafayetteLanguage : frFind in a library: 12245676Un ensemble de brèves présentations littéraires et d'études sur les vies et les ouevres de plusieurs écrivain(e)s - locales et internationales, anglophones et francohpones - qui ont eu un influence sur l'auteur. Des réactions à la traduction de "Evangeline" par l'auteur, Maurice Trottier, écrits par ses lecteurs. Composé en trois segments, sur ou par les personnes qui suivent:
Poètes versificateurs: Alice Lemieux Lévesque; Rosaire Dion-Lévesque, Louis Dantin; Emilie-Jeanne Sorson, Anny Ticx, Roger Erre, Henriette Brondani, Roger Forst, Alfred Jarry; Alfred Tennyson, William Cullen Bryant, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Poètes prosateurs: Antoine de Saint-Exupery; Henri d'Arles; Saint François de Sales
Interpretateurs: Rosaire Dion Lévesque; L'Illettré; Séraphin Marion; Rodolphe Laplante; Antoine Goulet; Pierre Courtines; René Herval
Author: Quintal, Claire (rédactrice)Date: 1992Publication: Institut français, Collège de l'AssomptionLanguage : frSource : Texte intégral/Full textFind in a library: 27315869
Un livre d'essais critiques et biographiques sur la littérature franco-américane et ses créateurs. Certains extraits littéraires des œuvres littéraire d'auteurs franco-américains contemporains, en anglais et français. Présenté en deux parties; un préface de la rédactrice, Claire Quintal, Directrice de l'Institut Français, Collège de l'Assumption, Worcester Massachusetts.
Book of critical and biographical essays on historical Franco American writers and their works; literary excerpts from the prose and poetry of contemporary Franco American writers. Essays presented in French, with contemporary literary writings in both French and English. Presented in two parts, with a preface written by the editor, Claire Quintal, director of the French Institute at Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Table des matières:
Première partie / Part One:
"Louis Dantin (1865-1945)," par Yves Garon, a.a.
"Les Franco-Américains et l'institution littéraire québécoise : le cas de Rémi Tremblay," par Régis Normandeau
"Will James, né Ernest Dufault - romancier du Far-Ouest," par Florence Tormey Blouin
"Camille Lessard-Bissonnette - à la recherche d'un féminisme franco-américain," par Janet-L. Shideler
"La littérature franco-américaine dans un Petit Canada de la Nouvelle Angleterre: Holyoke, Massachusetts," par Ernest-B. Guillet
"Rosaire Dion-Lévesque, fils d'expatriés," Michel Lapierre
"Au-delà de la route: l'identité franco-américaine de Jack Kerouac," par Robert-B. Perreault
Deuxième partie / Part Two:
"Tsi Gars," by David Plante
"A Pearl of Great Price," by Gerard Robichaud
"Un Mot de Chez-Nous," par Normand-C. Dubé
"On Writing a Novel about Franco-Americans," by Richard L. Belair
"Ideas of Order in Little Canada," by Bill Tremblay
"Reading from a Work in Progress," by Jacquie Giasson Fuller
Notices biographiques / Biographical notes, by Claire QuintalTags Boston MA, California, Central Falls RI, Criticism and Review, Fiction and Literature, Holyoke MA, Journalism, Lewiston ME, Literary Works, Literary Works -- Criticism and History, Lowell MA, Montana, Montréal QC, Nashua NH, New England, New Mexico, New York NY, Personal History: Biography and Oral History, Poetry, Providence RI, Québec, Religion, Southbridge MA, Van Buren ME, Worcester MA
Author: Lee, SoniaDate: 1978 summerLanguage : enFind in a library: 50709793Article exploring the author's notion of cultural "interfacing" through the French Canadian and Anglo American contexts of Montréal-born Louis Dantin (Eugene Seers) and Nashua, New Hampshire native, Rosaire Dion-Lévesque. Both authors wrote in French in early twentieth-century New England. Discussion of Dantin's best-known work, "Les enfances de Fanny," situated in Roxbury, Massachusetts; thoughts on its indifference to "American culture" and to some other themes that predominate other Franco American novels. How the later poetry of Dion-Lévesque, his French translations of Walt Whitman, and his attitudes toward "American culture" compare to the works of Dantin.
Author: Chartier, ArmandDate: 1981 summerLanguage : enFind in a library: 50709793Brief review of some resources in Franco-American literature available at the beginning of the 1980s. Specifically mentions collections, works, and writers in Maine, Massachusetts, and Louisiana.
Author: Kerouac, Jack (interviewee)Date: 1968 summerLanguage : enSource : Full text (The Paris Review)Find in a library: 1641889Transcript of 1968 interview with writer Jack Kerouac in his Florida home, shortly before his death in 1969. Conducted by three visitors - principally, poet Ted Berrigan - and with the participation of Jack's wife, Stella Kerouac. Part of a Paris Review series of author interviews, and featured in a Paris Review published anthology of other interviews with literary figures, Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews, 4th series (1976), edited by George Plimpton. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/2659470
Author: Daoust, Charles R.Date: 1924-00-00Publication: St.-Maurice, LimitéeLanguage : frFind in a library: 23390718Livre de poèsie et de chansons. Écrites au Québec; en Ontario; dans plusieurs villes de la Nouvelle-Angleterre.
Author: Hutchinson, GloriaDate: 1985Publication: MEGA Magnified (Madawaska's Efforts for Gifted Adolescents)Language : EnglishFind in a library: 13210635
A collection of student writings in celebration of the 200th year of the Acadian settlement at St. David, Maine, in the northern St. John River Valley. Created during a 1985 Madawaska, Maine summer program for gifted and talented students - MEGA Magnified - under the direction of Gloria Hutchinson.
Includes the following pieces:
Introduction, Gloria Hutchinson
"The Acadians," by Msgr. Gilman Chalout
"The Sanctuary," by Robert P. Cyr
"The Time for When to Go," by Carol Dufour Baker
"Oui, Je Me Souviens," by Carol Dufour Baker
"Give Me a Spot in Northern Maine," by Jane Martin
"Growing Up on the Border," by Kim Geraghty
"Two Languages Are Better Than One," by Janet Hebert
"Daigle-Boone: A Game Behaviorist," by Christian Cyr
"Yesterday Came Suddenly," by Mary Marin
"Are Acadians Becoming Americanized?" by Joey Keller
"The Accursed," by Gina Miranda
"Raindrops from the East," by Lori Ann Albert
"The Vengeance of Three-Fingered Willie," by Shawn Guerrette
"A Pair of Star-Cross'd Lovers," by Tina Chasse
"Crossing the Threshold," by Gary Albert
"In the Name of Honor," by Jenny Albert
"Notes from a Terrorist," by T. Mark Kelly
"Valley Images" (Selected Poems), by T. Chasse, R. P. Cyr, C. Baker, G. M. Miranda, G. Hutchinson
"In Memoriam," by Christian CyrTags Acadians, Acculturation and Assimilation, Allagash ME, Emigration and Immigration, Essay, Ethnicity and Collective Identity, Fiction and Literature, Folklore, Fort Kent ME, Language and Linguistics, Literary Works -- Anthology, Madawaska ME, Maine, Native Americans, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Poetry, Religion, St. Agatha ME, St. David ME, St. John River Valley, Wallagrass ME
Author: Dumas, Jacqueline M.Date: 1971Publication: Pine Hill PressLanguage : enFind in a library: 24596647Book of poems on the Maine outdoors from a Rumford, Maine native and once-resident of Coburn Gore. From the author: "a collection of nature poems, humorous ballads, photos and sketches"
Author: Dumas, Jacqueline M.Date: 1975Publication: Smith and TownLanguage : enFind in a library: 1622070Book of poems on the woods and woodland creatures of Maine and New Hampshire, from a Rumford, Maine native and once-resident of Coburn Gore.
Author: Tremblay, RémiDate: 1893Publication: L'IndépendantLanguage : frFind in a library: 9590205Un recueil de poèmes et un drame dans un acte par un poète, journaliste, et romancier canadien-français à Fall River, Massachusetts du 19ème siècle.
Author: Searway, Ruby GarrisonDate: 1973Publication: Pejepscot PressLanguage : enFind in a library: 4598065Short poem about the sort of men who worked to drive logs down the rivers of Maine to its many lumber mills, and the natural dangers these men encountered. Written by a Maine writer and published in the 15th collection from the Maine Writers' Conference at Ocean Park, Old Orchard Beach, Maine.
Author: Poulin, A., Jr.Date: 1994Publication: University Press of New EnglandLanguage : enFind in a library: 45731570Short poem about wake services being held in the front parlor of the writer's childhood home. From a Lisbon, Maine native poet. Reprinted from the author's collection, "A Momentary Order," published in 1987. Featured in a collection of Maine writings edited by Wesley McNair.
Author: Poulin, A., Jr.Date: 1991Publication: Graywolf PressLanguage : enFind in a library: 22661818Collection of poems from Lisbon, Maine native. Noted professor of poetry at SUNY Brockport, and famed translator of some of the works of Rainer Maria Rilke and Anne Hébert.
Presented in four sections:
I. Angelic Orders: A Bestiary of Angels
II. The Elephant's Womb: A Bestiary of the Will
III. Letters from the Tower
IV. Cave Dwellers
Author: Poulin, A., Jr.Date: 2001Publication: BOA EditionsLanguage : EnglishSource : Read: PREVIEWFind in a library: 46448923Selections from the published and unpublished works of Lisbon, Maine native poet, professor, and famed translator of poetry. Collected and published posthumously, with an introduction from the collection's editor. Divided into five parts.
Author: Johnson State CollegeDate: 1972Publication: UnknownLanguage : enFind in a library: UnknownSmall publication featuring poetry, fiction, and visual art from students at Johnson State College in Johnson, Vermont.
Contains the following works:
"It Was Haunted Wood," "He Works Unhurried" by Robert Chamberlain
"Daydream," "Opiated Lover" by Ted Creighton
"If I Say That I Love You" by Jill Gallant
"Your Touch Is Too Gentle," "Never Before Have I Seen," "The Morning's Softness Is Arriving" by Glenda Haskell
"The Candle Flame Wavers" by Susan Marzbanian
"Inkling" by John Mason
"Watching People" by Ann Odell
"American-City-Sidewalk-Superintendent-Blues" by H. Romero
"Letter," "When She Only Had Her Thoughts," "You Make the Confusion" by Robert Searles "Time (Again)" by Linda Shaw
"First Snow," "Cottage," "Sometimes at Night" by Valerie Stoddard
"The Story," "Heritage," "Donna Whispers," "Memere Would Sit" by Liliane Tetreault
"A Time of Winter" by Leon Betts
short fiction by Frederick Fisher
photograph by Dana Carlson
photographs by Ted Creighton
cover art by Peter Flint
painting and drawing by Jay Hoyt
drawing by Jim LaBelle
"Manners" by Simon McGann
drawing by Wendy Wells
photograph by Jaimie Wolf
Author: Ornstein, LisaDate: 1997Language : frFind in a library: 33064369A list of resources relative to the epic poem "Evangeline" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, compiled by the director of the Acadian Archives at the University of Maine at Fort Kent. Contains listings of different published editions of the poem, criticism and interpretations of it, and other writings or art (sculpture, painting, film, music) informed by the poem and its history.