Régine Robin (2998 words)

Katarzyna Perić (University of Toronto)
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Régine Robin is a professor, researcher and celebrated author of many essays, novels and short stories published over nearly five decades. Since the publication of her first novel, La Québécoite (1982), Robin has become a key figure in the literary phenomenon of “migrant writing” in Quebec. The questions of memory, identity and culture, which are explored in a unique way in La Québécoite, return in many of her other works: L’Immense Fatigue des pierres [The Immense Fatigue of Stones] (1996), Le Golem de l’écriture: de l’autofiction au cybersoi [The Golem of Writing: From Autofiction to Cyberself] (1997), La Mémoire …

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Perić, Katarzyna. "Régine Robin". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 21 July 2017
[https://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=13616, accessed 19 December 2018.]

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