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12th session - UNESCO Forum on Gender Equality

Tuesday 18 May 2010, Room IX, 4 - 6 pm

"So Close And Yet So Far. Quebec As A Province Of France In The Work Of Anne Hébert" by Marie-Andrée Lamontagne, biographer and novelist with the participation of Micheline Cambron, Professor, Université de Montréal, Chair.
Lamontagne.JPG Marie-Andrée Lamontagne is a writer, editor, journalist and translator. She has published texts of fiction and criticism in various literary magazines in Quebec and France (Liberté, l'Inconvénient, l'Atelier du roman, la Traductière, Argument, Le Nouveau Recueil, etc.).

She has also published around 10 titles like novels, short stories, essay, poems). Last book published: Les fantômes de la Pointe-Platon, poetic narrative (The Chillwind, 2009).

She is currently preparing a biography of the novelist and poet Anne Hébert (to be published by McClelland & Stewart). She managed in the 2000s the cultural pages of the Quebec newspaper Le Devoir. She is currently editor at Editions Fides, Montreal. She is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Library of the New World (PUM) and member of the Editorial Board of the journals La Traductière (Paris) and Argument (Montreal).

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