Chroniques du Nouvel-Ontario (édition intégrale) by Hélène Brodeur

By Hélène Brodeur

Voici réunis dans un seul quantity les trois tomes de l. a. trilogie des Chroniques du Nouvel-Ontario d’Hélène Brodeur.

Saga historique maintes fois primée, l’œuvre présente los angeles petite histoire de l. a. colonisation du Nord de l’Ontario jusqu’à l’éclatement du Canada français en 1968.

« Les Chroniques du Nouvel-Ontario constituent un monument de los angeles littérature franco-ontarienne par leur ampleur, leur valeur documentaire et sociohistorique et leurs indéniables qualités littéraires. » — Doric Germain

La trilogie « suggest le portrait profondément humain d’une société en pleine mutation, avec ses enjeux moraux et politiques liés à los angeles faith et à los angeles langue, bien sûr, mais surtout elle met en scène des hommes et des femmes aux prises avec un quotidien impitoyable, dans une langue belle, riche et imagée. » — Johanne Melançon, Liaison

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He means the total poetic eff��Lthe__lines_depends on the_ relationship of the parts to . • . _c_h_other. This last point may be amply proved, as we have already hinted in discussing the passage from Hamlet, by considering a passage of great poetry in which the pictures used, unlike that in the lines from Burns, would be considered in ordinary life as positively ugly or at least neutral. Time hath, my lord, a wallet at his back, Wherein he puts alms for oblivion, A great-sized monster of ingratitudes: Those scraps are good deeds past; which are devoured As fast as they are made, forgot as soon As done: perseverance, dear my lord, Keeps honor bright: to have done, is to hang Quite out of fashion, like a rusty mail In monumental mockery.

An. idea, but an idea is suggested through the action itself: out of disaster a spiritual value that makes even disaster seem unimportant may be produced. All of these things are in the poem, but they are there by suggestion and implication of the action; we know them without being told, for we can discover them for ourselves. Whauhe p

I}gejg J>9etry. is an_ . Jhis�problem. By the very nature of the human being, the ordinary citizen in the ordinary day speaks much of what we might call incipient poetry-he attempts to communicate attitudes, feelings, and interpretations. ) And poetry in this sense is not confined to the speech of the ordinary citizen. It appears also in editorials, sermons, political speeches, magazine articles, and advertisements. We have seen that Mr. Millikan's essay can be d iscussed as poetry rather than as science.

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