By Marie Uguay, Daniel Sloate
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Marie Uguay (April 22, 1955 – October 26, 1981) was once a French Canadian poet from the province of Quebec. She used to be born within the former city of Ville-Émard which has now develop into a district of town of Montreal. A sufferer of bone melanoma, she had her correct leg amputated on the age of 21 whereas she used to be nonetheless present process experiences on the Université du Québec à Montréal in literature. She died on the age of 26, from melanoma, on October 26, 1981.
A cultural middle in Ville-Émard was once named for Uguay after her dying and continues to be open this present day, in addition to a public library.
This is a translation of a variety of Marie Uguay's poems from the 3 books she wrote earlier than her loss of life: Signe et rumeur (1976), L'outre-vie (1979), and a posthumous quantity, Autoportraits (1982). the 3 collections, together with formerly unpublished texts, have been republished in 1986 below the identify Poèmes.
Marie Uguay used to be born in Montreal in 1955. She used to be a contributor to literary and artwork reports, between then, Estuaire, Possibles, and Vies des Arts. Her released books comprise, Signe et rumeur (1976), L'outre-vie (1979), and a posthumous quantity, Autoportraits (1982). the 3 collections, together with formerly unpublished texts, have been republished in 1986 less than the identify Poèmes. She died in Montreal in October 1981.
Translator, poet, grammarian, and professor of linguistics on the college of Montreal, Daniel Sloate has released his personal collections of poetry with Guernica.