Trente Arpents

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  • Title: Trente Arpents
  • Author: Ringuet
  • ISBN: 9782890770720
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

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About Author

  1. Philippe Panneton pseudonym Ringuet, which was his mother s maiden name was a Canadian physician, academic, diplomat and writer.His novel Thirty Acres won the Governor General s Award for Fiction in 1940.In 1959 he was awarded the Lorne Pierce Medal.He received a degree in medicine from Universit Laval in 1920 In 1935 he became a professor at the Universit de Montr al In 1944 he was a founding member of L Acad mie canadienne fran aise now known as the Acad mie des lettres du Qu bec and served as its president from 1947 until 1953 In 1956, he was named ambassador to Portugal, and died in Lisbon in 1960.

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  1. Ce roman publie en 1938 a paru aux debuts de la litterature quebecoise moderne Il relate la vie terriblement difficile des cultivateurs quebeceoise de l poque qui arrachaient leurs leurs vies de peine et de mis re de la terre ingrate.Peu de temps, apr s les auteurs quebecois changeraient leur point de mire Avec la parution en 1945, de Bonheur d occasion les ecrivains canadien francais commenceraient a s interesser a la vie des ouvriers dans un milieu urbain Les romans moins nombreux qui traitaie [...]


  2. Oh mon Dieu, seigneur Pire livre de litt rature que j ai du lire au Cegep Tout le long j attendais que quelque chose se passe, mais nada J ai fallis m endormir environ 50 fois durant la lecture de ce livre, tellement il tait ennuyeux J aimais pas non plus que les dialogues taient crit en qu b cismes j avais de la mis re a comprendre les phrases des fois et je parle en francais qu b cois Bref, j suis bien contente d en avoir fini Ce livre m rite m me pas 1 toile j en donnerais 0 si c tait possibl [...]



  3. This is a book I had to read in C gep I realy did not enjoy reading it I didn t really see any point in the story It was really long to read even though it s less than 300 pages.


  4. If only the entire novel was like the last part hiver I couldn t get through it, I couldn t relate to the characters at all Only in the last part, hiver, you have a chance to understand Euchariste better The way he s thrown into the world that feels so distant and hostile to him, his naive astonishment when he realises people don t speak French in White Falls, how he s a stranger to his own grandsons, and how he suffers being far away from his trente arpents It could be a really good book if onl [...]


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