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Author: Marie-Claire Blais,Gabrielle Roy
ISBN13: 978-0771098550
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Publisher: New Canadian Library (August 1, 1990)

The Cashier (New Canadian Library) by Marie-Claire Blais,Gabrielle Roy



The Cashier (New Canadian. has been added to your Cart. In Alexandre Chenevert, the Montreal bank teller trapped by his narrow environment and acutely aware of his loneliness, Gabrielle Roy has created a vivid and poignant portrait of an ordinary man and his attempts to transcend his circumstances and his fate. Set in 1947 amid the crumbled dreams of the post-War world, and drawing on modern themes of personal alienation and of the restorative force of nature, The Cashier is a tour de force of characterization and empathy by a literary virtuoso. Series: New Canadian Library.

Roy, Gabrielle, 1909-1983. Publication, Distribution, et. Toronto Series Statement: New Canadian library. General Note: Translation of: Alexandre Chenevert. Download The cashier Gabrielle Roy ; translation by Harry Binsse with an afterword by Marie-Claire Blais. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags

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The New Canadian Library is a publishing imprint of the Canadian company McClelland and Stewart The series aims to present classic works of Canadian litera. Marie-Claire Blais: Mad Shadows, afterword by Daphne Marlatt. A Season in the Life of Emmanuel, afterword by Nicole Brossard. The Lamp at Noon and Other Stories, afterword by Margaret Laurence. Garden in the Wind, afterword by Dennis Cooley. The Road Past Altamont, afterword by Joyce Marshall.

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In Alexandre Chenevert, the Montreal bank teller trapped by his narrow environment and acutely aware of his loneliness, Gabrielle Roy has created a vivid and poignant portrait of an ordinary man and his attempts to transcend his circumstances and his fate.Set in 1947 amid the crumbled dreams of the post-War world, and drawing on modern themes of personal alienation and of the restorative force of nature, The Cashier is a tour de force of characterization and empathy by a literary virtuoso.