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Love Poems: A Selection
Di Giacomo is the consummate interpreter of Neapolitan life. He was born in 1860 and...
Amazon Angel
First published in 1982, Amazon Angel describes a journey into the realm of colour. Inspired...
The Divine Sisters
The original French version of this play, Les Divines, produced in 1996, continues an exploration...
Les Amours difficiles
This is the French translation of Pier Giorgio Di Cicco's The Tough Romance, re-published by...
The Death of André Breton
The Death of Andre Breton is fiction which reads like a detective novel. The suspense,...
A Call for Cultural Symbiosis
In a provocative and thoughtful essay, Estonia's preeminent poet and cultural critic, Jüri Talvet, investigates...
Following the love story of painter Joseph Légaré's niece, Isabelle Forest, and novelist Philippe Aubert de Gaspé, Sylvie Chaput carefully and creatively chronicles her picture of Quebec in the 1830s. Chaput writes of the turbulence Quebec endured as her lovers battle the dangers of severe political unrest and a huge cholera epidemic. This novel also recalls the role of art, specifically painting, as a permanent force in a tumultuous world.
Isabelle's Notebooks

Sylvie Chaput, Peter Vranckx, Daniel Sloate
2002
Isabelle's Notebooks
Elsewhere on Earth
Star of Free Will
Impromptu: A Trilingual Edition
Stones into Bread
Love Letters
Foreign Body
Halifax: The Other Door to America
Émile Nelligan: Selected Poems
The Life of Mozart
A Small Map of Experience: Reflections & Aphorisms
Voiceless People and Addolorata: Two Plays
Variable Star