Anne Hébert | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Anthony Raspa

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of Anne Hbert.
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Critical Essay by Anthony Raspa

[The reader] of Anne Hébert's The Silent Rooms (Les Chambres de Bois) will find that it is a novel about the choice between human normalcy and one kind of art. The English reader may therefore be surprised. The Silent Rooms is not a "modern" novel in the sense of an obvious technical breakthrough. However, it was, and is, a revolutionary novel in French Canada which deals with the alienation of the artist, a theme long familiar to students of English poetry. The Silent Rooms is symbolist, psychological, legend-like, and terse. It is the work of a poet … drawn out beyond symbol into a tale. It poses the choice not between the life of the layman and the life of the artist (painter, poet or musician), but rather, between the sensitive layman...

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