Freethinker: The Life and Works of Éva Circé-Côté
Roxanne Dubois | 04 March, 2018
‘Éva Circé-Côté was a diehard Montrealer,” writes Andrée Lévesque in her account of a woman whose impact has been, for too long, underestimated. As it turns out, this Montrealer was also a skilled journalist, a prolific writer, a provocative columnist, a lifelong librarian and an independent thinker who occupied a prominent place in the city. Yet her name is barely remembered. And without Freethinker, references to Circé-Côté would be limited to a handful of historical documents from the early 1900s.
My review of Freethinker: The Life and Work of Éva Circé-Côté by Andrée Lévesque, published at Between The Lines, appeared in the latest edition of the CCPA Monitor.
You can read the review by following the link below.