Léo-Paul Desrosiers (April 11, 1896 – April 20, 1967) was a Quebec writer and journalist well known for his historical novels. He was influenced by the nationalism of Henri Bourassa and Lionel-Adolphe Groulx.
He published his first novel in 1922 called Âmes et Paysages. His best-known work, Les Engagés du Grand Portage published in 1938, was set in the fur trade-years in the early 19th century. As a journalist he mainly wrote for Le Devoir.
- (in French)The Academy of Arts, Humanities and Sciences of Canada. Retrieved July 1, 2006.
- Desrosiers, Léo-Paul in The Canadian Encyclopedia. Retrieved July 1, 2006.
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