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Madeleine Blais-Dahlem - CANADA150

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Hidden : 10/4/2017
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1.5 out of 5
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This is a Canada 150 project that aims to present places and people important for the Francophone community of Saskatchewan. More information : Geocaching CÉCS

Ceci est un projet Canada 150 qui vise à faire découvrir des personnalités et lieux importants pour la communauté francophone de la Saskatchewan. Plus d'information : Géocachette CÉCS


MADELEINE BLAIS-DAHLEM – CANADA150

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Madeleine Blais-Dahlem, born in Delmas, is an author and playwright who is well-known to the Fransaskois.

With a master's degree in literature from the University of Saskatchewan, Madeleine taught French for 25 years. She began writing plays in 1995. In 2005, she became a full-time writer.

Madeleine Blais-Dahlem is the first Fransaskois woman to write original plays for the professional stage. She deals with difficult topics, such as domestic violence, in her work. She has also written a book, La voix de mon père, for which she received the French Book Award at the 2017 Saskatchewan Book Awards.


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Originaire de Delmas, municipalité francophone de la Saskatchewan, Madeleine Blais-Dahlem est une auteure et dramaturge bien connue des Fransaskoises et Fransaskois.

Détenant une maîtrise en littérature de l’Université de la Saskatchewan, Madeleine a enseigné pendant plus de 25 ans le français. L’écriture de pièces de théâtre a commencé en 1992 pour elle. En 2005, elle devient écrivaine à temps plein.

Madeleine Blais-Dahlem est la première femme fransaskoise à créer des pièces de théâtre originales pour la scène professionnelle. Elle touche des sujets difficiles dans son processus artistique, comme la violence conjugale. Elle a aussi écrit un livre, La voix de mon père, pour lequel elle a reçu le prix du livre français lors des Saskatchewan Book Awards de 2017.

Madeleine Blais-Dahlem (courtesy of / courtoisie de : L'Eau Vive)

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