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The tragic circumstances surrounding the construction of Montreal's Mirabel airport are recreated in the brilliantly disturbing poems in this collection that transform the specific into an engaging discussion of universal themes.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Véhicule Press
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This was an exquisite work. I am so enthralled with the landscape and the images he has desribed. Nepeveu has captured the imagination and it brings me to a place I've never been. What a beautiful use of language.
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French Canadian poet, novelist and essayist. He specializes in Quebec modern poetry, in particular that of Gaston Miron. He has taught at the French studies Department of Université de Montréal until he retired in 2009.

More about Pierre Nepveu...
L'Écologie du réel : Mort et naissance de la littérature québécoise contemporaine Lignes aériennes The Major Verbs Gaston Miron : La vie d'un homme Les mots a l'ecoute: Poesie et silence chez Fernand Ouellette, Gaston Miron et Paul-Marie Lapointe

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