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Roy, Gabrielle, 1909-1983

LC control no.n 80040268
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPQ3919.R74
Personal name headingRoy, Gabrielle, 1909-1983
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Variant(s)Carbotte, Gabrielle Roy, 1909-1983
Associated countryCanada
Associated placeFrance England
Birth date1909-03-22
Death date1983-07-13
Place of birthSt. Boniface (Winnipeg, Man.)
Place of deathQuébec (Québec)
Profession or occupationAuthors Novelists Actresses Teachers
Found inHer The tin flute, 1947.
Hesse, M.G. Gabrielle Roy, c1984: CIP t.p. (Gabrielle Roy) chron. (b. 3/22/09, d. 7/13/83)
In translation, c2005: t.p. (Gabrielle Roy) Can. CIP (Roy, Gabrielle, 1909-1983)
DCB/DBC Mobile beta website, volume XXI (1981-1990), viewed Nov. 28, 2017 (Roy, Gabrielle (baptized Marie-Rose-Emma-Gabrielle) (Carbotte), novelist; born 22 March 1909 in St Boniface (near Winnipeg), to parents who were natives of the province of Quebec; married Dr Marcel Carbotte 1989; died 13 July 1983 at Quebec; taught (solely in English) at the Institut Collégial Provencher, a Marianist school for boys, beginning in 1930; took acting lessons, sought roles in the mid-1930s, roles in English-language plays at the Winnepeg Little Theatre; traveled to Paris, then London, 1937-1939; while in London she began to write seriously, and in French, henceforth the sole language of her literary career; upon her return to Canada she lived in Montreal; she and her husband lived in France 1947-1950; they settled in Quebec City in 1952)
Canadiana, October 31, 2019 (heading: Roy, Gabrielle,1909-1983; variant: Carbotte, Gabrielle Roy, 1909-1983; Gabrielle Roy Carbotte; Canadian)
National bib agency no.0101J2217E
Associated languagefre eng