“Invites comparison with such magisterial works as Bell’s Virginia Woolf, Ellmann’s James Joyce and Oscar Wilde, and Haight’s George Eliot.”
About the Author
François Ricard is a professor of French literature at McGill University. He is the author of La Littérature contre elle-même (1985), which won a Governor GeneraI’s Award for non-fiction, and the bestselling La Génération lyrique (1992), a study of the baby-boomers. He lives in Montreal.