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  1. Biography - Hemon, Louis (1880-1913): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2002-01-01
  2. The journal of Louis Hemon, translated by William Aspenwall Bradley by Louis (1880-1913) Hemon, 1924
  3. Maria Chapdelaine: Récit Du Canada Français (French Edition) by Hémon Louis 1880-1913, 2010-09-29
  4. A Seasonal Romance: Louis Hemon's <I>Maria Chapdelaine</I> (Canadian Fiction Studies series) by Patricia Demers, 1993-12-01
  5. Maria Chapdelaine: a Tale of the Lake St. John Country by Louis Húmon, 1921

1. Hemon, Louis. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
Hemon, Louis. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001

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3. - Louis HEmon (English And French Canadian reference and encyclopedia resource provides complete information on Louis HEmon, English And French Canadian Literature, Biographies.

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Already a subscriber? Sign in above. H mon, Louis H mon, Louis (18801913), French novelist, born in Brest.

5. Fear (1923) By Louis Hemon
by Louis H mon (1880 1913) translated by William Aspenwall Bradley The MacMillan Company, New York

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Hemingway, Percy Gregorio Hemon, Louis, 18801913 AKA H mon, Louis, 1880-1913. Maria Chapdelaine Hemphill, Scott Pi

8. Birth And Death Dates Of Authors
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Wilhelm Friedrich, 17701831 Heine, Heinrich, 1797-1856 Hemingway, Percy Hemon, Louis, 1880-1913 AKA H mon, Louis, 1880-1913 Hemphill, Scott

10. Maria Chapdelaine; A Tale Of The Lake St. John
Maria Chapdelaine; a tale of the Lake St. John Country. Translated by W. H. Blake by H mon Hemon, Louis, 18801913

11. UM Fogler Library Electronic Theses And Dissertations
Subjects Guevremont Germaine. Le Survenant; Hemon Louis 18801913. Maria Chapdelaine;Lacombe Patrice 1807-1863. La terre paternelle. Date of Defense 1988.

12. Louis Hémon Biography / Biography Of Louis Hémon Main Biography
Louis Hémon (18801913) was a French novelist best known for his Maria Chapdelaine, in which the pioneering regions of Quebec are so vividly presented
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Name: Birth Date: Death Date: July, 1913 Place of Birth: Brest, France Place of Death: Chapleau, Canada Nationality: French Gender: Male Occupations: novelist It is the combination of detachment and involvement that makes into a major Canadian novel, despite the objections of many Canadians who feel it gives a distorted picture of their life. The premature death of the hero results from a heroic gesture but also from an impossibly hard environment. The death of the heroine's mother is precipitated by ignorance and isolation but at the same time reveals the courage and endurance which give the people its pride. The final choice of the heroine, to marry a poor pioneer like her father instead of a neighbor who has "deserted" to become an American factory worker, has excited both disgust and admiration. Le Temps

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Hémon, Louis (18801913), French novelist, born in Brest. After studying for adiplomatic career, he went to Canada in 1911 and worked as a farm
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Louis Hemon (18801913) was born in France and began his writing career there,but emigrated first to London, and then to Quebec, the land with which his
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LOUIS HEMON (1880-1913) was born in France and began his writing career there, but emigrated first to London, and then to Quebec, the land with which his name is now indelibly linked (literally, in fact, as maps of the province show lakes bearing both his name and that of the heroine of this, his single masterpiece). He lived less than two years in rural Quebec, long enough to write Maria Chapdelaine , but not long enough to see its publication. He and a companion were killed by a train while walking along tracks in a remote part of Ontario. The novel saw publication first in Paris, as a serial in Le Temps . It attracted no particular notice at first, but in 1921 an influential French literary critic revived it as the initial number of a popular series of books, and it became a best-seller both in France and in Quebec. This 1921 English translation, by W. H. Blake, appeared almost simultaneously, and likewise achieved popular success. In its tale of duty and endurance in the face of stark tragedy

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