Marie Laberge's Feminist Existentialism
- A perfectionist of feeling. Homel, David // Books in Canada;Mar1989, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p15
Interviews Marie Laberge, a playwright in Quebec. Receipt of the prize, called Chevalier des arts et des lettres de la France, given by the French government for her contribution to the French-language arts community; Success of her plays in Paris; Work style.
- Preface. // Woman as Individual in English Renaissance Drama: A Defiance of ;2000, Vol. 156, p1
A preface for the October 2000 issue of the "Woman as Individual in English Renaissance Drama: A Defiance of the Masculine Code" is presented.
- Notes. // Woman as Individual in English Renaissance Drama: A Defiance of ;2000, Vol. 156, p161
The sources cited within this issue are presented including "The Winter's Tale," edited by John Henry Pyle Pafford, "The Duchess of Malfi," edited by Frank Lawrence Lucas, and Twentieth Century Interpretations of 'The Duchess of Malfi,' edited by Norman Rabkin.
- Great dames. Morley, Sheridan // New Statesman;10/28/2002, Vol. 131 Issue 4611, p46
Reviews two plays. 'The Breath of Life,' a morality play; 'Mrs. Warrens Profession,' a feminist drama.
- Existentialism in a post-modern world: Meaningful lessons... Roffey, Arthur E. // Counseling & Values;Apr93, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p129
Presents information on a humanities-philosophy model in therapeutic practice which encourages the client to trust in human relationships. Calls for the use of existential and postmodern attitudes to understand the human experience; Information on the scientific method; Reference made to...
- 'Nothing's missing.' // Christian Science Monitor;5/18/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 124, p19
Considers the implications of losing one's wallet in the context of Christian existentialism.
- "THE BEAUTY OF HOLINESS:" POLITICS AND ALLEGORY IN MARY KINLEY INGRAHAM'S ACADIA. Bird, Kym // Theatre Research in Canada;Spring/Fall2005, Vol. 26 Issue 1/2, p26
The article presents an explication of the play "Acadia," which was written by Mary Kinley Ingraham in 1920. Ingraham's Baptist religion and her feminist ideals both played a role in shaping the play as an allegory. Women in early twentieth century Canada enjoyed advantages like travel and...
- INTRODUCTION. Barton, Bruce // Theatre Research in Canada;Spring/Fall2004, Vol. 25 Issue 1/2, pv
The article presents the introduction for the January 2004 issue of "Theatre Research in Canada."
- INDEX. // English Canadian Theatre, 1765-1826;1998, p235
An index for the "English Canadian Theatre, 1765-1826," by Yashdip S. Bains is presented.