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Mauve desert

a novel

by Nicole Brossard

  • 77 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Coach House Press in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementNicole Brossard ; translated by Susannede Lotbinière-Harwood.
The Physical Object
Pagination202p. :
Number of Pages202
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22529128M
ISBN 100889103895
OCLC/WorldCa22386392

Nicole Brossard, O.C. (born Novem ) is a leading French-Canadian formalist poet and novelist. Her work is known for exploration of feminist themes and for challenging masculine-oriented language and points of view in French literature.. She lives in Outremont, a suburb of Montreal, : O.C. And then we are with Maude Laures as she reads Mauve Desert, this story of Melanie, and becomes obsessed with it. She embarks on an extraordinary quest for its mysterious author, characters and meaning, which leads us into the third part, Mauve, the Horizon, Laures's eventual translation of .

  Split into three parts, Nicole Brossard’s Mauve Desert takes storytelling and translation apart from the inside. The first section follows year-old Mélanie as she speeds across the Arizona desert in her mother’s car, ‘moving forward in life, wild-eyed with arrogance’, while also fleeing the insecurity, awkwardness and tenderness of.   6. Benjamin Moore Mauve Desert Mauve Desert is a lovely saturated purple that has just enough purple to commit, without feeling like you’re % in. Compare Mauve Desert with Sandlot Gray to see how much more purple this colour is and how NEUTRAL Sandlot Gray feels in comparison! The LRV of Mauve Desert is

[ Read Online Mauve Desert ¾ teachers PDF ] by Nicole Brossard ¹ Mauve Desert is an excellent book and especially interesting for people interested in postmodern, translation and or feminist theories It is also a great example of a hypertext or non linear text and one which incorporates scientific metaphors into the plot seamlessly Brossard has done an exceptional job of both illustrating /5().   In the second book, Maudes Laures reads Mauve Desert, becomes obsessed with it, and embarks on an extraordinary quest for its mysterious author, characters and meaning. The third book -- Mauve, the horizon -- is Laures's eventual translation of Mauve Desert. Like all good translations, it is both the same and revealingly different from the /5().


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It is also a great example of a "hypertext" or non-linear text and one which incorporates scientific metaphors into the plot seamlessly/5(5). Mauve Desert is the first section in this three-part, postmodern, feminist fiction; in this novel-within-a-novel, year-old Melanie, with a bad case of existential angst, finds comfort driving throu.

In the second book, Maudes Laures reads Mauve Desert, becomes obsessed with it, and embarks on an extraordinary quest for its mysterious author, characters and meaning.

The third book - Mauve, the horizon - is Laures's eventual translation of Mauve Desert. Like all good translations, it is both the same and revealingly different from the original.

Mauve desert./ Toronto: Coach House Books, [?] © (CaOONL) (OCoLC) Brossard, Nicole, Mauve desert./ Toronto: Coach House Books, © (CaOONL) (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nicole Brossard; Susanne de Lotbinière-Harwood.

In the first, Mauve Desert, year-old Mélanie drives across the Arizona desert in a white Meteor chasing fear and desire, cutting loose from her mother and her mother's lover, Lorna, in their roadside Mauve Motel. In the second book, Maudes Laures reads Mauve Desert, becomes obsessed with it, and embarks on an extraordinary quest for its.

First published inNicole Brossard's classic novel returns to Coach House in a new edition. A seminal text in Canadian and feminist literature, Mauve Desert is a must-read for readers and.

Mauve Desert is both a single novel and three separate novels in one. In the first, Mauve Desert, year-old Mélanie drives across the Arizona desert in a white Meteor chasing fear and desire, cutting loose from her mother and her mother’s lover Lorna in their roadside Mauve Motel.

In the second book, Maude Laures reads Mauve Desert, becomes obsessed with it, and embarks on an. In the second book, Maudes Laures reads Mauve Desert, becomes obsessed with it, and embarks on an extraordinary quest for its mysterious author, characters and meaning.

The third book (Mauve, the horizon) is Laures\'s eventual translation of Mauve Desert. Like all good translations, it is both the same and revealingly different from the original. In the second book, Maudes Laures reads Mauve Desert, becomes obsessed with it, and embarks on an extraordinary quest for its mysterious author, characters and meaning.

The third book – Mauve, the horizon – is Laures's eventual translation of Mauve Desert. Like all good translations, it is both the same and revealingly different from the Brand: Coach House Books. She has published eight novels including Picture Theory, Mauve Desert, Baroque at Dawn, an essay "The Aerial Letter" and many books of poetry including Daydream Mechanics, Lovhers, Typhon dru, Installations, Musee de l'os et de l'eau/5.

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This page intentionally left blank. The desert is indescribable. Reality rushes into it, rapid light. The gaze. Mauve Desert: Roman (Narradores Contemporaneos Ser.) View larger image. By: Nicole Brossard and Susanne De Lotbini. Synopsis Fifteen-year-old Mélanie drives across the Arizona desert in a white Meteor, chasing fear and desire and the mysterious Angela Parkins, and breaking free from her mother and her mother's lover in their roadside Mauve.

In the first, Mauve Desert, fifteen-year-old Mélanie drives across the Arizona desert in a white Meteor chasing fear and desire, cutting loose from her mother and her mother's lover, Lorna, in their roadside Mauve Motel.

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