Vimy Governor General s Literary Award winner Vern Thiessen takes his characters drawn from a spectrum of Canada s regions and peoples and shows how the battle has redefined them Coming from different pe

  • Title: Vimy
  • Author: Vern Thiessen
  • ISBN: 9780887547812
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Paperback
  • Governor General s Literary Award winner Vern Thiessen takes his characters, drawn from a spectrum of Canada s regions and peoples, and shows how the battle has redefined them Coming from different perspectives through the eyes of five people, we perceive why we fight and what we fight for Vimy is an impressive elegy on the healing power of memory.

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      Published :2019-09-17T20:48:22+00:00

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    1. Vern Thiessen says:

      Vern Thiessen Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Vimy book, this is one of the most wanted Vern Thiessen author readers around the world.



    2 thoughts on “Vimy

    1. I read this because I was playing Claude in it.The play is wonderful, and sad, and you might need to read it more than once to really get it. I definitely recommend it.

    2. Quick read. Keep track of the list of characters, though! For the first while they all blend together - obviously they wouldn't on stage - the props and visuals would cue you in more quickly. Plays are difficult to read unless you're visualizing a lot. If I was teaching this I'd have the kids make visual cues for each character to hold or keep on their desks as they read it out loud, just so everyone else could figure out what's going on.The play itself is clever - going back and forth from home [...]

    3. A tumultuous play about war's aftereffects and Canada's international entrance at Vimy, Loved the language collision, some french, native American and some Gaelic I think Though sometimes confusing to follow, because of the flashbacks and the sudden delusions, it's a little Canadian treasure, that must be breathtaking to watch, if correctly staged.

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