Last Woman : Selected Poems, 1991-2001
The Last Woman, a selection from twenty years of poetry, is a voyage into being and living, into the country where a woman reveals herself without fear. This lyricism of survival emerges directly from an intimacy of words spoken by one in search of roots, loving, and spirituality. French critic, Jean-Pierre Faye, says: "Claudine Bertrand stands between Gaston Miron and Tristan Tzara: a Quebec poet who invents her own new language." This selection includes poems from La derni?re femme (1991), L'amoureuse int?rieure (1997), Tomber du jour (1999), Le corps en t?te (2001), and Jardin des Vertiges (2002).
- Paperback | 72 pages
- 121.92 x 198.12 x 10.16mm | 68.04g
- 30 Mar 2008
- Guernica Editions,Canada
- Toronto, Canada