QuÃ©bec Studies, No. 13, 1991/92
MARK BELL is Assistant Professor of French at Brigham Young University. He
is the author of Gabrielle Roy and Antoine de Saint-ExupÃ©ry : Terre deshommes ( 1991 )
and is currently completing a manuscript on aphoristics in the francophone novel.
MICHAEL CRONIN lectures in French at Dublin City University in Ireland. He
has published many articles and is working on a study of the general theory of play
in the arts.
ROSEANNA LEWIS DUFAULT is Assistant Professor of French at Ohio Northern
University. She is the author of Metaphors of Identity: The Treatment of Childhood
in Selected QuÃ©bÃ©cois Novels (1991) and several essays on Quebec women writers.
MARY JEAN GREEN is Chair of the Department of French and Italian at
Dartmouth College. Former editor of QuÃ©bec Studies, she has published widely on
QuÃ©bÃ©cois and French literature topics and is the author of Louis Guilloux: An
Artisan of Language (1980) and Fiction in the Historical Present: French Writers in the
Thirties (1986). Her current work includes preparation of a book on Marie-Claire
Biais (Twayne) and one on women's fiction in Quebec.
LOUIS M. IMBEAU is Associate Professor of Political Science at UniversitÃ©
Laval. He has published Donor Aidâ€”The Determinants ofDevehpment Allocations
to Third World Countries ( 1989) and several articles on current constitutional issues.
His work in preparation includes a manuscript on Value Systems and Government
Policies: A Meta-Analysis.
FRANÃ‡OISE TÃŠTU DE LABSADE teaches French at UniversitÃ© Laval. She is
the author of Le QuÃ©bec: un pays, une culture (1990).
GUY LAFOREST is Assistant Professor of Political Science at UniversitÃ© Laval.
He has published several articles on Canadian constitutional matters. His research
in progress includes a book-length manuscript entitled, L'Impossible DualitÃ©: Ixxfin
d'un rÃªve canadien.
GREG LESSARD is Associate Professor in the Department of French Studies at
Queen's University. His major publications include Concordances d'Armance
( 1991 ) and several articles on linguistics and computer research. He is working on
a book, Concordances du Rouqe etLÂ·Noir.
ANDRÃ‰ MARQUIS is Assistant Professor of French at the University of
Saskatchewan. He is the author of Nul vieux chÃ¢teau (1990), co-editor of L'Ã‰dition
de poÃ©sie (1989), and is currently at work on a study of Emile Nelligan's influence
on twentieth-century poetry.