The Michael Cook Papers, First Accession And Second Accession: An Inventory Of The Archive At The University Of Calgary Library Chevrefils M

ISBN: 9781895176520

Published: May 1st 1994

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249 pages


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The Michael Cook Papers, First Accession And Second Accession: An Inventory Of The Archive At The University Of Calgary Library  by  Chevrefils M

The Michael Cook Papers, First Accession And Second Accession: An Inventory Of The Archive At The University Of Calgary Library by Chevrefils M
May 1st 1994 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 249 pages | ISBN: 9781895176520 | 6.75 Mb

Michael Cook rapidly built a reputation in the 1970s as a playwright of Newfoundland life. Although not born on the island, he soon became better known than such writers as Al Pittman and Ted Russell. Four full-length plays (Colour the Flesh theMoreMichael Cook rapidly built a reputation in the 1970s as a playwright of Newfoundland life. Although not born on the island, he soon became better known than such writers as Al Pittman and Ted Russell.

Four full-length plays (Colour the Flesh the Colour of Dust- The Head, Guts and Sound Bone Dance- Jacobs Wake- and The Gayden Chronicles) and six one-act plays (Tiln- Quiller- On the Rim of the Curve- Thereses Creed- The Fishermans Revenge- and the unpublished Not as a Dream) were staged between 1971 and 1978. He is also the outstanding Canadian radio dramatist of his generation, with over fifty plays. As an essayist, his columns for the St. Johns Evening Telegram enhance his interpretation of what defines Newfoundland and examine the big issues of Canadian culture.



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