Crime Against Humanity Genevieve Billette

ISBN: 9780887547485

Published: April 1st 2005

Paperback

96 pages


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Crime Against Humanity  by  Genevieve Billette

Crime Against Humanity by Genevieve Billette
April 1st 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 96 pages | ISBN: 9780887547485 | 7.50 Mb

Set in an industrialist’s office during the course of buyout negotiations, Crimes Against Humanity is “a seductive Kafkaesque eruption . . . an acid-etched text . . . precise up to the last comma. A play based on metaphor yet still manages to tell aMoreSet in an industrialist’s office during the course of buyout negotiations, Crimes Against Humanity is “a seductive Kafkaesque eruption . . . an acid-etched text . . . precise up to the last comma. A play based on metaphor yet still manages to tell a story.”—La Presse (Montreal). Genevieve Billette’s writing is direct, cutting, disconcerting and extreme, yet has a subtle lyricism and remarkable theatricality.



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