By André Brochu
André Brochu n'a nul besoin de présentation dans le paysage littéraire québécois. On lui doit beaucoup et ce, sur plusieurs plans. Auteur de nombreux essais, de romans, de poésie, ce touche-à-tout a toujours de nouvelles choses à nous dire pour notre plus grand bonheur.
Avec l. a. parution du recueil Je t'aime, je t'écris, on peut dire que los angeles assortment « Mains libres », dirigée par Jacques Allard, a le vent dans les voiles!
Divisé en deux events, Le Corps de l'amoureuse et Je t'aime, je t'écris, le recueil d'André Brochu se veut une véritable ode à l'amour et à ses tourments. L'excitation, l'extase, l'attente, l. a. rupture se côtoient comme autant de events intégrantes de cette grande aventure humaine qu'est l'amour. Pour illustrer le tout, André Brochu utilise les mots tel un magicien pour exprimer chaque nuance avec justesse, émotion et sensibilité.
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3 4 : part i : 1931–1936 And I go out alone! Oh, boy, what a time I’ll have trying to ﬁnd these summer cottages and the people in ’em. But it’ll be great fun anyhow. And they require a white collar—so Mother’s going to ﬁx one tomorrow while I wear the blue. —I kicked around with the carriers today. The fact that they know you’re a carrier makes it easier for me, I think. Poor Freary Hodgkins has to relinquish his title of tallest man in the last 25 yrs! —Tomorrow morning I breeze out in my new uniform!
It prompted those letters I wrote to you last summer. I know that now. I know also now that your answers were hard on the truth: I was indulging in the worst of all sins, self-pity. It’s not two weeks ago I came to see this cheap, disgusting pity clearly; intuitively, out of love, you saw it long ago. Nor am I out of the woods yet. I think (you see, I no longer “fear” and that’s good, because when we fear we run and hide and I would, typically, hide in myself); I think I have naturally a weak will—Mary T.
Olson was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship with the backing of Van Wyck Brooks (see letter 9); he spent it in Gloucester, working on a major book on Melville that he later discarded. May 1940 Met two people of future importance to him: the artist Corrado Cagli (letters are unavailable at present) and his wife-to-be Constance Wilcock; see letter 11. November 1940 Moved to New York City to look for work. Met Melville scholar Merton Sealts; see letter 57. The correspondence between Olson and Sealts was published and discussed by Sealts in his Pursuing Melville, 1940–1980.
Je t'aime, je t'écris by André Brochu