La Scouine has 80 ratings and 6 reviews. LA SCOUINE est le surnom donné à l’ une des filles de l’habitant Urgèle Deschamps, et c’est autour de ce personna. La Scouine has 80 ratings and 6 reviews. Julie said: Une oeuvre étonnante qui devrait provoquer la jalousie de plusieurs de nos contemporains par l’audac. De à , Albert Laberge fut chroniqueur sportif au journal La Presse à Montréal. Mais il y fut aussi, simultanément, critique d’art. Membre de l’.

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La Scouine

Implicitly, this past could also serve as the model for future continuity through fidelity to tradition. Trivia About La Scouine.

Ultimately, his techniques and themes were to prove among the early, disturbing fruits of a rich and productive soil.

The Deschamps’ kitchen in La Scouine, burdened with silence and dinginess, is no longer the emblem of vital community as it was in Les Anciens Canadiens:.

The sxouine morbidity of La Scouine is present, but not as dominant in Au pied de la pente douce as it is in Laberge’s book. Marco rated it liked it Jan 02, No trivia or quizzes yet.

To this basement the parishioners also come to be entertained by the bathos of “La Buveuse des larmes. Books by Albert Laberge. In scouuine the writer frequently develops the themes of avarice, brutality and primitivism through a representative study of character and a skillful ear for the dialect or patois of the region.


It would be unendurable, probably, if it weren’t quite short and scoukne Laberge didn’t have a poker-faced sense of humor; as it is, its combination of episodic structure and Canadian landscape made me think of it as a sort of cruelly distorted mirror image of L. Want to Read saving….

Louis Boucher rated it liked it Sep 18, Veronique Perron rated it liked it Jun 25, Finally, it is the castrator Baptiste Bagon, most alienated from life, who is most physically hideous:. La Scouine is true to the unremitting presentation of distortion, deformity and estrangement which characterize rural life in scouind that can hardly be called impartial:.

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The distorting and oppressive effect of La Scouine depends a great deal upon the description of repulsive physical characteristics.

Julia Boileau rated it liked it Dec 08, One brother becomes so hungry that he eats the putrefying flesh of dead piglets. A theme inherent in their work, as in Laberge’s, is dispossession. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. All of these events are characteristic of a community radically estranged from humanizing conventions and values.

In contrast to Zcouine usual spare diction, this language approaches rhetoric. When the wagon arrives at the cemetery, the ground is found to be marshy.


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Tim rated it it was ok Sep 27, Karine Mon coin lecture rated it did not like it May 06, If Laberge was not the first to use the grotesque, he stands squarely in the vanguard. Return to Book Page. Peggy rated it liked it Nov 08, Later French-Canadian writers share affinities with Laberge, but not in terms of any common or direct influence. The knife blesses and cuts equally. The brothers’ idiocy is a counterpart to the physical and spiritual exhaustion around them.

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There is also a cohesion within and among these works which results from the ways in which each expresses what Jean LeMoyne evokes as the anguish of a life-denying religious dogma:. Editions AJbert L6vesque,p. Refresh and try again. Dispossession is central to Blais’ vision and the perverse play on the traditional madonna and child motif introduces the book and signals the disruptive presence of the grotesque in it:.