Gabrielle Roy by François Ricard , Translated by Patricia Claxton
Finalist for QWF Translation Prize in 1999
Despite the popularity and critical success Gabrielle Roy found as a writer, she lived a life often touched by sadness. In this definitive account of her life, François Ricard draws a penetrating and eloquent portrait that does full honour to his extraordinary subject.
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