Jovette Marchessault (February 9, 1938 – December 31, 2012) was a Canadian writer and artist from Quebec, who worked in a variety of literary and artistic domains including novels, poetry, drama, painting and sculpture. An important pioneer of lesbian and feminist literature and art in Canada, many of her most noted works were inspired by other real-life women in literature and art, including Violette Leduc, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, Emily Carr, Anaïs Nin and Helena Blavatsky.

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  • Jovette Marchessault (Montréal, 9 février 1938. - 31 décembre 2012) est une romancière, poète, dramaturge, peintre et sculptrice québécoise issue d'un milieu ouvrier, d’origine amérindienne métisse (du peuple innu autrefois appelé « montagnais »). (fr)
  • Jovette Marchessault (February 9, 1938 – December 31, 2012) was a Canadian writer and artist from Quebec, who worked in a variety of literary and artistic domains including novels, poetry, drama, painting and sculpture. An important pioneer of lesbian and feminist literature and art in Canada, many of her most noted works were inspired by other real-life women in literature and art, including Violette Leduc, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, Emily Carr, Anaïs Nin and Helena Blavatsky. (en)
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  • Jovette Marchessault (Montréal, 9 février 1938. - 31 décembre 2012) est une romancière, poète, dramaturge, peintre et sculptrice québécoise issue d'un milieu ouvrier, d’origine amérindienne métisse (du peuple innu autrefois appelé « montagnais »). (fr)
  • Jovette Marchessault (February 9, 1938 – December 31, 2012) was a Canadian writer and artist from Quebec, who worked in a variety of literary and artistic domains including novels, poetry, drama, painting and sculpture. An important pioneer of lesbian and feminist literature and art in Canada, many of her most noted works were inspired by other real-life women in literature and art, including Violette Leduc, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, Emily Carr, Anaïs Nin and Helena Blavatsky. (en)
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