Pigmalion

Pigmalion This amusing tale told in tongue in cheek fashion features the lovable character of Juliet a shy piglet who gets the part of Eliza Piglittle in the play Pigmalion Apologies to George Bernard Shaw M

  • Title: Pigmalion
  • Author: Glenda Leznoff Rachel Berman
  • ISBN: 9781896580203
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This amusing tale, told in tongue in cheek fashion, features the lovable character of Juliet, a shy piglet who gets the part of Eliza Piglittle in the play Pigmalion Apologies to George Bernard Shaw Magical illustrations by Rachel Berman.

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      Published :2019-06-14T13:12:29+00:00

    About “Glenda Leznoff Rachel Berman”

    1. Glenda Leznoff Rachel Berman

      Glenda Leznoff was born in Montreal, lived in Toronto, and eventually made Vancouver her home She works as a writer and painter, and also teaches Creative Writing at Douglas College She writes in the genres of film, playwriting, fiction, non fiction and children s literature Her novel Heartache and Other Natural Shocks will be published in the fall of 2015.Glenda s art training began at a very early age when her teacher sent her to take classes with Arthur Lismer Group of Seven at The Redpath Museum in Montreal Unfortunately, the opportunity was wasted on her Arthur Lismer thought she had a gift for colour, but Glenda thought Arthur Lismer was a scary old man with wild white hair and she was intimidated by his intensity Oh, to turn back the clock Glenda later studied art at the Banff School of Fine Arts, took art courses at UBC, and participated in workshops with various teachers including Gordon Smith whose work she greatly admires Her work has been exhibited in galleries and collections across North America.When she is not teaching, writing or painting, Glenda enjoys travelling, dancing, and cooking up sumptuous meals for family and friends According to her offspring, she cannot text and talk at the same time, but in all other respects, is without fault or blemish.

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