Nicolas Dickner (3073 words)

  • Timo Obergoker (University of Chester)
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Nicolas Dickner was born in Rivière-du-Loup (Quebec, Canada) in 1972 and studied Literature and Creative Writing in Quebec City. He obtained the Prix des libraires du Québec and the Prix Anne-Hébert for Nikolski in 2006 as well as a Governor General’s Award for the novel Six degrés de liberté in 2015. He is generally considered a “geek” author who incorporates numerous aspects of popular culture into his work. He has also published under the pseudonym Alexandre Bourbaki alongside Bernard Wright and the cartoonist Sebastien Trahan.

Recurrent topics of his novels include:

  • Globalisation
    Being passionate, he is fascinated about the …

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Obergoker, Timo. "Nicolas Dickner". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 19 October 2017
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