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Saturday March 27, 2010 in Books

Dancock's Dance

By Guy Vanderhaeghe

Shell-shocked, judged unfit for society and haunted by the sins of war, Lieutenant John Carlyle Dancock finds himself committed to an insane asylum where he cannot escape the confines of righteous authority or his own conscience, which visits him in the ghostly apparition of a soldier he has once tormented. Dancock’s Dance is an emotionally haunting play in which one broken man clings breathlessly to a hope for redemption. Vanderhaeghe’s stark, vivid portrayal of internal and worldly chaos rings with hope and shimmers in the craft of his language.

ISBN 13: 9780889225336 | ISBN 10: 889225338
6 W x 9 H inches | 128 pages
$16.95 CAN / $14.95 US
Rights: World
Backlist | Drama | Bisac: DRA013000
New format reprint

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Highly imaginative, vividly written play…
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

About the Contributors

Guy Vanderhaeghe

Guy Vanderhaeghe is the author of six books of fiction. His first two books were collections of short stories: Man Descending (1982), which won the Governor’s General’s Award, and the Faber Prize in the U.K., and The Trouble With Heroes (1983). The Englishman’s Boy (1996) was a long-time national bestseller and won the Governor General’s Award for Fiction, the Saskatchewan Book Award for Fiction and for Best Book of the Year, and was short-listed for The Giller Prize, and the prestigious International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the world’s largest monetary award for a single book.

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Dancock's Dance

Guy Vanderhaeghe
Drama


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