Une voix en voie de disparition : la littérature franco-manitobaine

  • April 27, 2013
  • 2:00 pm
  • Salle Sportex, Université de Saint-Boniface

La voix précieuse de la littérature franco-manitobaine est-elle en danger? Est-ce que la littérature sera toujours présente alors que les tendences artistiques de la communauté se détournent du linguistique envers les arts visuels et la musique? Les écrivains Lise Gaboury-Diallo et J. R. Léveillé et le musicien Daniel ROA s’addresseront aux questions concernant la pénurie d’écrivains francophones de la nouvelle génération à Winnipeg. Les auteurs feront également des récitations extraites de leurs ouvrages récentes. Robert Nicholas présidera à la discussion.

Is the valuable voice of Franco-Manitoban literature endangered? Will literature still have a presence as artistic trends in the community shift from language to visual art and music? During The Endangered Voice of Franco-Manitoban Literature, writers Lise Gaboury-Diallo and J. R. Léveillé and musician Daniel ROA address the questions surrounding the lack of a younger generation of French writers in Winnipeg. The authors also read excepts from their latest publications. Moderated by Robert Nicholas.

  • General admission: $19
  • Students (with valid ID): $14

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