The Art and Genius of Anne Hébert: Essays on Her Works: Night and the Day Are One

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Bilingual Index
A la recherche du temps perdu, 276
Abode, Barge, 102, 103
abduction, 201, 202
abortions, 33, 298
adolescent (personage), figure fundamental in AH, 54
Adonis, 201; Adonis-Demeter myth, 201
adultery, 244, 301
agneaux, 118
Album (de Henry Julie), 152
Alchimie du jour, 66
Alice in Wonderland, 333n
alienation, 54, 122, 144; collective des
intellectuals québécois, 131
amante fatale, 112
ambiguity, 23, 31, 32, 33, 36, 49, 56, 65, 66, 99, 104, 112, 114, 122, 162, 165, 216, 217, 258, 299; and fin de Les Infants du sabbat, 65; and literary position of AH, 284
ambivalence: cultural, 126
âme, 310
amérindien, 210, 211, 123, 241, 258; et
Québécois, 212
amour, 46, 110, 113, 133, 142, 169, 175, 239, 271, 277, 291, 302, 310, 325
amour absolu, 244; de la mere, 101; de la nature, 215; des blazers de Jesus, 228; maternal, 103, 238; miraculeux, 128; nor, 32; acte vampirique, 112; chant d', 175; duality de l', 237; le premier, 92; manifestation de, 238; masque d', 309; nuits d', 125; prolong par le mortar, 48; pur, 158; refuse de P, 309; tué, 132; and euphoria, 238; and mort, 45, 112, 141
Ancient Canadians, Les, 149, 151, 152, 154
androgyny, 256
Ante de Dominique, L', 132, 133, 251, 258
Ante dyes Ténèbres, 127
ante garden, 31
Angel of Darkness, 122, 129 n
angel, guardian, 31
anger, 239
Angus, 332
animal, 48, 227; Les Fous de Basson, 204; à deux têtes, 73; héros et martyr, 118; imagery, 40, 41, 45; metaphor, 309; nature, 42, 43; nuisible, 113; strength, 50; terms, 51; qualités de 1, 128; negative, 225; voice, 50
Annonciation, 143
anxiety, 332
Arcand, Denys, 86
architecture of death, 143
Ariel, 72
art, 236, 248, 329; art est double, 254; a
risk, in AH (un risque selon AH), 254
Artemis, 200
artist-mother, 103
asservissement physique, 114
asservissement psychologique, 114
Atala, 44
Aubert de Gaspé, Philippe, 149, 151, 152, 335
Aubert de Gaspé fils, Philippe, 259n
Augustin(e), Saint, 223
Aurélien, Clara, Mademoiselle et le
lieutenant anglais, 243, 245, 339
Autre, L', 33
Avare, L', 124

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