"e;Bambi and Me"e; consists of 12 autobiographical pieces about how movies shaped the young life of Michel Tremblay, one of their biggest fans. Among others, he talks about "e;Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea,"e; "e;Cinderella,"e; "e;Snow White and the Seven Dwarves,"e; "e;Parade of the Wooden Soldiers,"e; "e;Orphee and the Night Visitors"e; and about how each led to his discovery of his emerging emotional sensibilities as a child and an adolescent. In the piece that gives the book its title, he writes: "e;Did you cry as much as I did at the death of Bambi's mother? Personally, I've never got over it."e;
Bursting with wit, charm, and the profound resonance of youthful self-discovery, "e;Bambi and Me"e; provides Tremblay's many fans with a clear sense of the origins of the talent which has made Michel Tremblay one of the most important and fascinating playwrights and novelists of the 20th century.
Bambi and Me