Freethinker: The Life and Works of Éva Circé-Côté

by Roxanne Dubois last modified 2018-03-04T08:23:16-05:00
"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 And without Freethinker, references to Circé-Côté would be limited to a handful of historical documents from the early 1900s.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.

The Monitor, March/April 2018




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