A Woman of Her Time

By (author): Louise Dupré

In this memoir, the distinguished feminist author and poet Louise Dupré conjures up the tragedies and joys of her mother’s life–and does so not only in the personal context of the family but as a woman of her time in the dramatically changing backdrop of Quebec before, during, and after the heady days of the Quiet Revolution. A compelling read that will expand your understanding of the complexity of Quebec society over the past century, as well as your appreciation of the great, wise, and compassionate Louise Dupré.

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Louise Dupré

Louise Dupré is a poet, writer, critic, and professor. She is the author of eight collections of poetry and several novels, including La memoria, which won the Prix de la Société des écrivains canadiens and the Prix Ringuet de l’Académie des lettres du Québec. She teaches literature and creative writing at the Université de Québec in Montreal.

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In this memoir, the distinguished feminist author and poet Louise Dupré conjures up the tragedies and joys of her mother’s life–and does so not only in the personal context of the family but as a woman of her time in the dramatically changing backdrop of Quebec before, during, and after the heady days of the Quiet Revolution. A compelling read that will expand your understanding of the complexity of Quebec society over the past century, as well as your appreciation of the great, wise, and compassionate Louise Dupré.

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Dimensions:

180 Pages
8.5in * 5.5in * 1in
1lb

Published:

February 14, 2020

Country of Publication:

CA

ISBN:

9781773900483

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Language:

eng

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