BRAULT, Jacques. Canadian, b. 1933. Genres: Poetry, Plays/Screenplays, Literary criticism and history. Career: Writer and educator. University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, professor. Publications: POETRY: (with R. Perusse and C. Mathieu) Trinome, (Montreal), 1957; (with M. Van Schendel and others) La Poesie et nous, 1958; Memoire, 1965, rev. and enlarged, 1968; Miron le magnifique, 1966; Suite fraternelle, 1969; L'en dessous, l'admirable, 1972, trans. by G. Sanderson as Within the Mystery, 1986; La Poesie ce matin, 1971; Trois Partitions, 1972; Poemes des quatre cotes, 1975; Chemin faisant, 1975; Droits des salaries et autogestion: propositions concretes pour les entreprises francaises, 1975; Les Hommes de paille, 1978; Migration, 1979; Vingt-quatre murmures en novembre, 1980; (with M. Beaulieu) P.V. Beaulieu, 1981; Trois fois passera precede de Jour et nuit, Noroit, 1981; Moments Fragiles, 1981, bilingual ed, with trans. by B. Callaghan, 1985; La Naissance des nuages, 1984; Ductus, 1985; Poemes I, 1986; La Poussiere du chemin, 1989; Il n'y a plus de chemin, 1990, trans. by D. Sobelman as On the Road No More, 1993; (with R. Melancon) Au petit matin, 1993. Poems have appeared in periodicals. PROSE: (with A. Brochu and A. Major) Nouvelles, 1963; Agonie, 1984, trans. by D. Lobdell as Deathwatch, 1987. TELEPLAYS: La Morte-Saison, 1968; Quand nous serons heureux, 1969. OTHER: Alain Grandbois, 1958, rev, 1967; (ed., with B. Lacroix) Saint-Denys Garneau: Oeuvres, 1971. Contributor of nonfiction to periodicals. Address: 231, Chemin Saint-Armand, Saint-Armand ouest, QC, Canada J0J 1T0.
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