1909-1983 Born in St. Boniface, Manitoba, Gabrielle Roy was a teacher, freelance reporter, and author of several books. Her works include Bonheur d'occasion translated as The Tin Flute, La Petite Poule d'Eau translated as Where Nests the Water Hen, and Rue Deschambault translated as Street of Riches.
Biography, bibliography, articles, awards, and finding aid. From the Library and Archives of Canada.
Review of the biography, 'Gabrielle Roy: Creation and Memory'.
Biography and list of works.
Gabrielle Roy: Enchantment and Sorrow
Biography, selected bibliography, and an excerpt from the English translation of 'Bonheur d'occasion'.
The Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online offers an in-depth look at the life of this French-Canadian writer, and suggests further sources of information.
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