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Daniel Poliquin

Born in Ottawa in 1953, Daniel Poliquin is one of Canada’s leading francophone writers. The author of nearly a dozen books in French, mainly novels and short story collections, he holds Master’s degrees in both German and Comparative Literature, and a doctorate in French Literature.rnrnPoliquin’s early works, such as his first novel, Temps pascal (1982), and L’Obumsawin and Nouvelles de la capitale (both 1987), sought to establish the existence of Franco-Ontarian literature and his later books have garnered the Ottawa author a number of literary awards.rnrnDaniel Poliquin lives in Ottawa, where he works as a parliamentary interpreter.

Books written by Daniel Poliquin