Anne Hébert (2062 words)

Anne Hébert (1916-2000) wrote for more than half a century and most of her work is now known and praised worldwide. Her critical success is reflected in the attention paid to her in Histoire de la littérature québécoise (2007), a major Québec anthology: a full entry in the section entitled “The invention of Québec’s literature” – no less than nine pages on her life and literary production – and around thirty references to her in the book altogether. More recently, her entire production was published by Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal in five extremely detailed tomes where the genesis of each and every one of her works is coupled w…

Pascal, Marie. "Anne Hébert". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 22 November 2018
[, accessed 23 July 2019.]

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