Copper Thunderbird

Talon BooksSKU: 9780889225688

Author:
Clements, Marie
Grade Levels:
College, University
Nation:
Ojibwe, Woodland
Book Type:
PB
Pages:
82
Publisher:
Talon Books Ltd.

Price:
Sale price$15.95

Description

Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


Mature language and themes. Copper Thunderbird: A Play debuted at the National Arts Centre English Theatre. This play by Métis playwright Marie Clements tackles the fascinating and complicated life of Ojibwe artist Norval Morrisseau (1931-2007). The play is presented in a non-realistic, dream-like style and contains both coarse and poetic language. The old Norval is visited by a younger boy who takes him on a journey that examines the various events in the artist's life. Themes such as a search for identity, the duality of strength and weakness, the contrast between First Nations and European values, and the image of the trinity found in Morrisseau's life and in Christianity find their way into this drama. Drama Study Guide: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/pdf/eth/0607/copper_thunderbird_guide.pdf 


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