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Maria Chapdelaine : les vies d’un roman

Abstract : A best-seller during the interwar period, Maria Chapdelaine has particularly left its mark on Quebec’s imagination. Deconstructed following the “Révolution tranquille”’s wake, the myth endures nonetheless, largely reinvented. From adaptations to sequels, from interpretations to transpositions, the Louis Hémon novel hasn’t stopped inspiring, standing out as the amazingly malleable framework for the unceasing enunciation of Quebec identity.
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Sylvie Sagnes. Maria Chapdelaine : les vies d’un roman. Ethnologie française, Presses Universitaires de France, 2014, Ethnologie(s) du littéraire, XLIV (4), pp.587-597. ⟨10.3917/ethn.144.0587⟩. ⟨halshs-02607358⟩

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