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Liliane Welch

Born in Luxembourg, Liliane Welch (1937) has lived for thirty-five years in Sackville, NB. A professor of French Studies at Mount Allison University, she is the co-author of "Emergence: Baudelaire, Mallarme, Rimbaud" (1973) and "Address: Rimbaud Mallarme Butor" (1979). Welch is also the author of two collections of essays, "Seismographs" (1988) and "Frescoes" (1998). She is the recepient of the Bressani Prize for "Life in Another Language" (1992) and the Writers' Federation of New Brunswick...See more