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Addolorata: théâtre
Amérique du Sud, rue Jean-Talon, Saint-Léonard, Padre Pio, JOHNNY Christ, Montréal, téléjournal, Pagliacci, Westmount, Roxboro,...
The Tangible Word
The four texts brought together for the first time in this volume as The Tangible...
Max's Folly
Max has been a freelance reporter dodging bullets in Latin America, a small-time newspaper editor...
David and the Daydreams
A children's story featuring David and the alternate world of his dreaming.
A Bridge of Leaves
Marking the passage from childhood and adolescence to the adult world, this work describes the...
Peace Tower
Peace Tower is about the struggles to adjust to the first year of marriage. Mark...
A novel first published in French in 1982, Picture Theory demonstrates Nicole Brossard's fiction théorique and her preoccupation with the difficulty of writing and reading woman. The title (taken from Wittgenstein) implies her reference to the hologram as a new pictorial model for woman; like the hologram which is intended to be read from an infinite number of changing conditions, Brossard's text abstracts the image of the feminine so that it can be read from all angles. Centred on four women, this novel of lesbian love moves from Curaçao to Montreal, from New York to Paris. Essentially, Picture Theory poses...
Picture Theory

Nicole Brossard, Barbara Godard
2006
Picture Theory
Rust Is a Form of Fire
Us Fools Believing
The Sandwoman
The Blue Whale
La Fresque de Mussolini
Naked in the Sanctuary
Nice People: A Collection of Dutch Short Stories
Sometimes It Snows in America
Take Me to Coney Island
The Stalinist's Wife
The Countess Plays
Women and Lovers