Donald Alarie

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Donald Alarie (born 4 July 1945) is a writer from Quebec.

Alarie was born in Montreal to Jean-Paul Alarie and his wife Thérèse (née Raymond).[1] He graduated from University of Montreal in 1971,[2] and worked as a teacher at the Cégep de Joliette from 1971 to 1997.[1] He has written for several publications: Moebius, Liberté, Le Sabord, Combats, Estuaire, Brèves littéraires, XYZ (revue), La poésie au Québec.[3]

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  1. ^ a b New, William H. (2002). Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. pp. 12–13. ISBN 0802007619. 
  2. ^ http://www.diplomes.umontreal.ca/nouvelles/carnet.aspx?L=A
  3. ^ http://www.litterature.org/recherche/ecrivains/alarie-donald-28/