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This novel by Innu author and journalist Michel Jean, from the Mashteuiatsh community, tells the story of the brutal sedentarization of the Innu through the unique story of his great-grandmother. This work, which won the France-Quebec Literary Prize, immerses the reader in the life of Almanda Siméon, a white woman who will choose a nomadic life by marrying an Innu from Mashteuiatsh.

Subjects: Sedentarization, Innu territory, Innu, Indigenous literature, Indigenous authors

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    • Printed document
  • Domain
    • Humanities and Social Sciences
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