Bonjour, Là, Bonjour

By Michel Tremblay
Translated by John Van Burek & Bill Glassco

Bonjour, Là, Bonjour
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Michel Tremblay considers Bonjour, Là, Bonjour to be the best of all his works. ?In Bonjour, Là, Bonjour, I apprehended the most of what I wanted to do in the theatre?to take out everything that is not strictly necessary. ?

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Michel Tremblay considers Bonjour, Là, Bonjour to be the best of all his works. ?In Bonjour, Là, Bonjour, I apprehended the most of what I wanted to do in the theatre?to take out everything that is not strictly necessary. ?

This new substantially revised translation by John Van Burek and Bill Glassco updates their original English translation of Bonjour, Là, Bonjour which has been available from Talonbooks since 1975.

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“Dialogue functions like movements in a piece of music. It’s confusing at first, until the individual parts cohere into duets, trios, quartets, and octets. … At the heart of the play is a secret that each family member already knows or should suspect, but has never acknowledged. … Bonjour, là, Bonjour was first performed in Québécois French by the Compagnie des Deux Chaises at the National Art Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, in 1974. Tremblay used his working-class background as source material. ”
Santa Fe New Mexican

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