Original Title: Ces Enfants de Ma Vie
Author: Gabrielle Roy
Translator: Hwa-young Kim
Publisher: Hyundai Munhak
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About This Book
A beautiful heart-warming novel about a young female teacher and her students in
a poverty-stricken immigrants town. While following down the stories told by
Gabrielle Roy, one of the most honored Canadian writers, you will see each and
every character coming alive as if you're looking at a picture!
About The Author
Gabrielle Roy was born in St. Boniface, Manitoba, in 1909. In 1937 Roy traveled to Europe to study drama, and during two years spent in London and Paris she began her writing career. Roy’s first novel, The Tin Flute, ushered in a new era of realism in Quebec fiction with its compassionate depiction of a working-class family in Montreal’s Saint-Henri district. Her later fiction often turned for its inspiration to the Manitoba of her childhood and her teaching career. Roy complemented her fiction with essays, reflective recollections, and three children’s books. Her many honors include three Governor General’s Awards, France’s Prix Fémina, and Quebec’s Prix David. Gabrielle Roy died in Quebec City, Quebec, in 1983.
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