1991 Governor General's Awards

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Each winner of the 1991 Governor General's Awards for Literary Merit received $10,000 and a medal from the Governor General of Canada. The winners were selected by a panel of judges administered by the Canada Council for the Arts.

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Poetry[edit]

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Drama[edit]

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Non-fiction[edit]

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Children's Literature – Text[edit]

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Children's Literature – Illustration[edit]

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Translation (from French to English)[edit]

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French Language[edit]

Fiction[edit]

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Poetry[edit]

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Drama[edit]

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  • Gilbert Dupuis, Mon oncle Marcel qui vague vague près du métro Berri

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Non-fiction[edit]

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  • Betty Bednarski, Autour de Ferron : littérature, traduction, altérité
  • Guy Bourgeault, L'Éthique et le droit : face aux nouvelles technologies biomédicales
  • Jacques Jaffelin, Le Promeneur d'Einstein
  • Robert Major, Jean Rivard ou l'art de réussir: idéologies et utopie dans l'oeuvre d'Antoine Gérin-Lajoie

Children's Literature – Text[edit]

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Children's Literature – Illustration[edit]

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Translation (from English to French)[edit]

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