The other shore ePub download
by Antonio D'Alfonso
- ISBN: 0919349668
- ISBN13: 978-0919349667
- ePub: 1740 kb | FB2: 1764 kb
- Publisher: Guernica; 1st Edition edition (1986)
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Antonio D'Alfonso was born in Montreal into an Italian-Canadian family.
Antonio D'Alfonso was born in Montreal into an Italian-Canadian family. He grew up speaking Italian and attended both English and French schools and became trilingual. He earned a BA from Loyola College (Concordia University) and an MA from the Université de Montréal.
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L'autre rivage (prose and poems, translation of The Other Shore, VLB éditeur, 1987) 2-89005-248-6 Finaliste du Prix Emile-Nelliagn. L'Amour panique (prose poems, Lèvres Urbaines, 1988) ISSN 0823-5112. Avril ou L'anti-passion (novel, VLB éditeur, 1990) 2-89005-405-5.
by. D'Alfonso, Antonio, 1953-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.
Poet, novelist, essayist, translator, Antonio D’Alfonso has published more than 40 titles and has made three feature films. For his writings, he won the Trillium Award, the Bressani Award, and the New York Independent Film Award for his film, Bruco. from the University of Toronto. In 2016, he received a Honorary Doctorate from Athabasca University.
The Other Shore is the closing volume of Maristella Lorch’s trilogy Beyond Gibraltar, the story of generations of strong women covering more than a century, including two World Wars, the Cold War, and the explosion of terrorism
The Other Shore is the closing volume of Maristella Lorch’s trilogy Beyond Gibraltar, the story of generations of strong women covering more than a century, including two World Wars, the Cold War, and the explosion of terrorism. Interweaving memory and history, the personal and the global, The Other Shore, that begins with the death of Lorch’s second husband and the flashback to their torrid love affair on the Columbia campus in the early 50’s, focuses on the space of the imagination and the drive to build a family, not only a genetic one but an intellectual and creative.
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