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Pierre Nepveu

Pierre Nepveu is a Montreal critic, essayist, poet and teacher. He has received the Governor General’s award three times—in 1997 for the collection of poems Romans-fleuves, in 1998 for the essay Intérieurs du Nouveau Monde, and in 2003 for Lignes Aériennes. His many other awards include the Québec-Paris Prize, the Prix Victor-Barbeau de l’Académie des lettres du Québec, and the Canada-Swiss Prize.

Pierre Nepveu has taught in the Département d’études françaises at Université de Montréal since 1978.

Books by Pierre Nepveu

Romans-fleuves

390 Mirabel

The-major-verbs-138x213 The Major Verbs

French

Canadian