Marshall, Joyce (1913–)

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Marshall, Joyce (1913–)

Canadian novelist, translator and short-story writer. Born 1913 in Montreal, Canada.

Educated at McGill University and was writer-in-residence at Trent University and in Vaughan Township, Ontario; works include Presently Tomorrow (1946), Lovers and Strangers (1957), and A Private Place (1975); trans. works by Gabrielle Roy, including Cet Eté qui Chantait as Enchanted Summer (1976), which was awarded Canada Council Translation Prize.

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