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by Gérald Tougas,Rachelle Renaud
Author: Gérald Tougas,Rachelle Renaud
Publisher: Signature Editions (March 1, 2000)
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Translated by Rachelle Renaud Her translation of Any Mail? and Other Stories garnered a John Glassco Award Honourable Mention.
Translated by Rachelle Renaud. Shortlisted for the John Glassco Translation Award. Translator Rachelle Renaud is a story writer and novelist: Le roman d’Éléonore, and L’amour en personne. Her translations have appeared in Exile, Rupture la revue des 3 Amériques, Moebius, ELLIPSE and BEACONS, and Journal of Literary Translation. Her translation of Any Mail? and Other Stories garnered a John Glassco Award Honourable Mention.
Gérald Tougas (1933 – 1 October 2019) was a Canadian writer, who won the . The Globe and Mail, December 3, 1993. "Regions of the soul".
Originally from Manitoba, he spent much of his adult life in Quebec teaching at the CEGEP level .
Honourable Mention: Rachelle Renaud, Any Mail? and other stories (Gérald Tougas). 2001 - Agnès Guitard, Les hauturiers (Farley Mowat, The Farfarers)
Honourable Mention: Rachelle Renaud, Any Mail? and other stories (Gérald Tougas). 2001 - Agnès Guitard, Les hauturiers (Farley Mowat, The Farfarers). Honourable Mention: S. E. Stewart, The Setting Lake Sun (J. R. Léveillé, Le soleil du lac qui se couche).
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Shortlisted for the John Glassco Translation Award, Any Mail? and Other Stories takes the reader around the world. we accompany the narrator on a return to his childhood in Manitoba, his adolescence working on the DEW Line in the Arctic and his adult teaching experiences in Africa.
All of these stories are true, states Gerald Durrell in the preface to this newest collection of his fiction. Gerald Durrell is the father of the modern animal conservation movement, and founder of the Durrell zoo and Institute on the Isle of Jersey in the English Channel. They train conservationists to save wildlife and return them to the wild.
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Shortlisted for the John Glassco Translation Award, Any Mail? and Other Stories takes the reader around the world. But this is no mere travelogue; Any Mail? is not only a journey through space, but also through time...we accompany the narrator on a return to his childhood in Manitoba, his adolescence working on the DEW Line in the Arctic and his adult teaching experiences in Africa. A full and vibrant life unfurls before our eyes in these stories, which at first seem to be disparate tales but gradually become part of an interconnected whole. With his engaging style -- both incisive and humorous -- Tougas succeeds in enchanting the reader, regardless of where he takes us around the globe. We are carried by the vigour of his writing, which unfolds before us with the same quiet intensity as the prairies themselves. Any Mail? is pure reading pleasure.