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Pélagie – page 3 About the Play (page 2 of 2) Principal Characters (continued) Bélonie Maillet: 93 year old Acadian man (and ancestor of Antonine Maillet, the author of the novel) who makes the journey with Pélagie. Célina: club-footed healer of the group. Jean, Charlécoco and Madeleine: children of Pélagie. Charles-Auguste Cormier: young member of the group who falls in love with 922 Antonine Maillet Avenue, Montréal QC - Walk Score 922 Antonine Maillet Avenue has a Walk Score of 58 out of 100. This location is Somewhat Walkable so some errands can be accomplished on foot. 922 Antonine Maillet Avenue is a nine minute walk from the 5 bleue at the Station Outremont stop. This location is in the Outremont neighborhood in Montréal. Pélagie: The Return to Acadie by Antonine Maillet
Antonine Maillet, the author, was born in Bouctouche, New Brunswick, in the heart of "l'Acadie." The author of twenty-six works of novels and plays, she has been awarded eleven literary prizes in Canada and Europe. Antonine Maillet is Docteur de lettres of Laval University of Quebec and has received thirteen honorary degrees.
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Pélagie: The Return to Acadie - Antonine Maillet - Google In 1979, the legendary Acadian novelist Antonine Maillet won France's most coveted literary award, the Prix Goncourt, for the original version of this novel, Pélagie-la-Charette. In her acceptance speech, she said, "I have avenged my ancestors." Goose Lane Editions is proud to re-issue this classic of Acadian literature to mark the 400th anniversary of the founding of Acadie and the début of Antonine Maillet - The Possibilities Are Endless by Made famous in 1971 by the success of La Sagouine and achieving international celebrity after winning the Prix Goncourt for Pélagie-la-Charrette in 1979, Antonine Maillet has been the mouthpiece of the Acadian people throughout the world for fifty years. This documentary takes us from Bouctouche to