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  • Title: Rue Deschambault
  • Author: Gabrielle Roy
  • ISBN: 9782890525771
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Rue Deschambault par Gabrielle RoySeptembre 20172 5 Lu dans le cadre de mon cours de litt rature qu b coise pour le dipl me du Baccalaur at InternationalHonn tement, je n avais aucune attente pour ce livre En g n ral, je trouve que la litt rature qu b coise d avant les ann es 2000 est profond ment ennuyante C est toujours les m mes th mes de la famille, la religion, l emprisonnement Bien que ces th mes fassent partie int grante de la culture qu b coise, il ne m interpelle aucunement Ce sont des [...]

    2. Overall a good read and an excellent story First time with the author, and the book, especially the writing and storytelling me has me craving for I will defiantly be reading the other books by the author sooner rather than later.The story isn t much different than others in its genre The story jumps around in time, as the reader is told snippets of the main characters life or what she has observed The author managed to create the memories of the main character wonderfully, and believable It ta [...]

    3. It s no wonder that Roy is such a favourite author for Canadians, francophone and anglophone alike Back to her home in than one sense after the not so enjoyable The Cashier, Roy offers each of these stories as a little gift, tied up with a yellow ribbon, from Christine to you Look deeper and there s all this stuff going on immigration and multiculturalism, feminism, religion, art, aging, existentialism, and winter.

    4. I didn t enjoy this books as much as The Tin Flute but still a good book The title itself tells one that Roy believed her growing up experiences to be something to treasure, and those little gems are scattered throughout the stories waiting only to be picked up My favourite stories were My Whooping Cough, The Voice of the Pools and by Day and by Night, and the scene in Gadabouts, where Maman meets again her childhood friend, was very touching.Quotes.aling to me that sorrow has eyes the better to [...]

    5. This was my first time reading Gabrielle Roy, 1955 I got so much out of Street Of Riches Rue Deschambault in French I brace myself for classic works to be mundane, by associated remembrance of school books which aren t chosen by children We saw the film Bonheur d occasion , a dark depiction of a family I surmised all her stories were about strife Her family house is on a ghost tour route It is wise to explore literature for yourself When I closed the cover of Street Of Riches , I felt uplifted w [...]

    6. Published in 1955, Rue Deschambault is a remarkable collection of short stories about growing up as a Francophone in Manitoba that taken together as a manifesto for the type of multi cultural and multi racial Canada that Pierre Trudeau would attempt to create during his years as Prime Minister from 1968 to 1984 Some of these stories now seem a bit naive and possibly overly optimistic Nonetheless Canada has generally tried to follow the path proposed by Roy in this charming book and is a much bet [...]

    7. Perfect Worth reading in French otherwise seek it out in translation.Manitoba, early 20th century Linked stories that make up a novel Rekindled in me a love for the genre contemporary mainstream novels mostly don t work for me Subtlety of character built from a profound knowledge of a landscape, a mode of life, the complexities of human relationships Tracks the intellectual, affective and social maturation of a French Canadian girl, Christine, otherwise known as La Petite or Petite Misere, the y [...]

    8. Nothing like Gabrielle Roy to put me in touch with my childhood Beautiful, evocative storytelling that centres the reader in another time and place throughout the reading 1920 s on the Canadian Prairies, Ms Roy is always a favourite Canadian author A perfect addition to the Travel the World in Books Readathon for OCtober 2015.

    9. I loved this novel I loved just about everything about it the characters, the location, the writing style, the plots I loved the connections and themes Here is my blog post on the novel.

    10. Enfance de l auteur au Manitoba R cit agr able lire mais un peu vieux Tout est en atmosph re et le lecteur doit se laisser bercer par les mots Ne pas y chercher suspense ou grande r flexion philosophique On est dans la description et les saveurs du temps.3 5

    11. Un autre bijou de Gabrielle Roy qui d crit bien l atmosph re du Manitoba Plein de sensibilit , de charme et aussi d humour ce qui se passe sur la Rue Deschambault est d couvrir C est un r cit mouvant.

    12. I liked this book a lot It really had some interesting stories in it about Manitoba and made me understand my grandparent s world better.

    13. Actually, I am reading the English translation of this book which is titled Street of Riches Am enjoying this book story by story.

    14. dot dot dot that s how the book ends and most chapters as well and way too many sentences in the middle.

    15. To be honest I absolutely hated this book I know that it s kind of an autobiography but I kept waiting for something interesting to happen and nothing ever did I liked Christine and I liked some chapters the one where she goes with her mother to stop her sister from getting married for example but overall the book was REALLY boring and useless I had to read this for my french class but it was honestly soo boring that I got tempted to DNF it and I NEVER do that because I happen to love reading Th [...]

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