[[ ePUB ]] Sir John A: Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion Autor Drew Hayden Taylor – Paydayloansnsi.co.uk

Sir John A: Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion Sir John A is an uproariously funny and sharply inquisitive new play from one of Canada s leading Indigenous playwrights Bobby Rabbit, the play s Anishnawbe main character, convinces his friend Hugh to accompany him on a sojourn of justice to dig up the bones of Canada s infamous first prime minister and hold them for ransom Decades before, a medicine pouch belonging to Bobby s grandfather was taken away by the staff of the residential school where he was detained The precious object was sent to a British Museum exhibition room for conservation and now Bobby wants it repatriated Along the way the pair pick up Anya, a bright, opinionated young woman who is fleeing a bad breakup and holds conflicting ideas about Sir John A s place in Canadian history Not to be left out of the argument, Sir John A himself, broadcasting live from nineteenth century Ottawa and full of patriarchal contempt for those strange and perplexing Indians, shows up with opinions of his own Taylor s twenty seventh play, Sir John A Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion explores the possibility of reconciliation and urgently questions past and contemporary forms of Canadian colonialism A contemporary classic


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