Jean-Charles Harvey

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Jean-Charles Harvey was born on 10 November 1891 in La Malbaie, Quebec. He worked mostly in the newspaper business as a reporter, editor, and publisher. In 1934, his novel, Les demi-civilisés, was condemned by the Archbishop of Quebec, Cardinal Villeneuve, and placed on the Roman Catholic church's list of prohibited books. Harvey died on 3 January 1967 in Montreal.


Books by Jean-Charles Harvey

1922
Marcel Faure (novel)
1926
L'homme qui va (short stories)
1926
Pages de critique (essays)
1934
Les demi-civilisés (novel)
Sackcloth for Banner (trans. Lukin Barette, 1938)
Fear's Folly (trans. John Glassco, 1982)
1935
Sébastien Pierre (short stories)
1937
Art et combat (essays)
1942
Les grenouilles demandent un roi (essays)
The Eternal Struggle (trans. 1943)
1953
Le paradis de sable (novel)
1958
La fille du silence (poetry)
1962
Pourquoi je suis anti-séparatiste (essays)
1965
Des bois ... des champs ... des bętes (short stories)
 
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Added 24 October 2008.
Updated 07 January 2012.