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French original version of the book Il était une fois le Québec.
Bruno Hébert, cleric of Saint-Viateur, is one of the last brothers of a community that helped build Quebec. A painter, he is also the last artist of the illustrious Hébert dynasty, whose roots go back to New France. Through his life and that of his family, the eras, events and characters that have marked the Quebec people intertwine: the epic of the Acadian exiles, the heroes of yesteryear immortalized by the sculptures that still decorate our public squares, the deployment of the triumphant Church in all its majesty, the Duplessis years, the Quiet Revolution, approaches to education and art from yesterday to today.
As history unfolds, this biography also reveals an exceptional man. We discover why Bruno Hébert remained faithful to his religious and humanist commitments despite the collapse of his world, seventy years after taking his first vows.
Format: 22 x 14 cm/8.7 x 5.5''
Product Code: 108-07-9782907603786
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