Marie-Claire Blais: An Annotated Bibliography is the most comprehensive reference guide to one of Canada's most distinguished writers. A three-time Governor-General's Award winner, Marie-Claire Blais has changed the literary landscape of the nation. An indispensable source for information on both Blais's works, and on the wealth of criticism devoted to the writer, this bibliography also provides accurate and insightful details about manuscript and archival material. Oore and MacLennan have fully annotated all of the critical material concerned with Blais's writing, and their book also includes thorough coverage of Blais-related radio and television broadcasts in France and Canada, as well as a guide to all published interviews with this important writer. With its scope and exhaustive index, Marie-Claire Blais: An Annotated Bibliography will be essential to Blais scholars and of great interest to students and researchers in both Canadian and Québec literature, and in women's studies and comparative literature.
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