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Bibliography of Works about Roch Carrier and his Writing

Amprimoz, A.L.. "Roch Carrier: Between Fantasy and Memory." Antigonish Review 37 (1979): 101-104.

Amprimoz, A.L.. "The Narrative Structure of Roch Carrier’s La dame qui avait des chaines aux chevilles." Canadian Literature 94 (1982): 178-180.

Bond, David J.. "The Forces of Life and Death in Roch Carrier’s Fiction." Studies in 20th Century Literature 7.1 (1982): 59-76.

Carver, Peter. A Study Guide to Roch Carrier’s La guerre, yes sir! Toronto: House of Anansi, 1978.

Dansereau, Estelle. "Le Fantastique Chez Roch Carrier et Jacques Benoit." Canadian Literature 88 (1981): 39-45.

Dorion, G. "Petit Homme Tornade by Roch Carrier: Crossing myths with cultures." Voix et Images 25.1 (Fall 1999): 176-189.

Dufault, Roseanna L.. "English in Québec." Canadian Literature 173 (Summer 2002): 170-172.

Forget, D.. "The Paradoxes of Language in Carrier, Roch and Tremblay, Michel." Etudes Litterairies 26.3 (Winter, 1993): 119-133.

Gilles, Dorion. Roch Carrier: aimer la vie, conjurer la mort. Ottawa: Presses de l´Université d´Ottawa, 2004.

Herbert, P.. "Francophone Writer Carrier, Roch and His Reception in English Canada." Oeuvres & Critiques 14.1 (1989): 101-113.

Joyaux, G.J.. "Louis Hemon and Roch Carrier: Two Visions of Quebec Silent-Epic." French Review 55.2 (1982): 372-381.

Lemp, Richard W.. "Comic Metamorphosis of the (Anti) Hero in Roch Carrier’s WWII Novels." War, Literature & the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities 17.1-2 (2005): 74-86.

Lennox, J.. "Carnivalesque and Parody in Le jardin des delices." Canadian Literature 112 (Spring,1987): 48-58.

Pelletier, Claude. Roch Carrier: dossier de press, 1964-1984. Sherbrooke: Bibliothèque du Séminaire de Sherbrooke, 1986. (includes articles in French and English.)

Rasporich, B.. "The Literary Humor of Roch Carrier." Thalia: Studies in Literary Humor. 8.1 (1985).

Sheaffer-Jones, Caroline. "Reading ‘Le grand livre de la Vie’: Roch Carrier’s Les enfants du bonhomme dans la lune." Studies in Canadian Literature 28.1 (2003): 132-146.

Updated February 12 2015 by Student & Academic Services

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