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Yann Martel - CANADA150

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Hidden : 9/25/2017
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This is a Canada 150 project that aims to present places and people important for the Francophone community of Saskatchewan. More information : Geocaching CÉCS

Ceci est un projet Canada 150 qui vise à faire découvrir des personnalités et lieux importants pour la communauté francophone de la Saskatchewan. Plus d'information : Géocachette CÉCS


One of Canada's best-known writers worldwide is no doubt Yann Martel, a Fransaskois who lives in Saskatoon.

Born in Spain to French-Canadian parents, Yann Martel lived in several countries prior to returning to Canada in the late 1970s. He went to university and spent a few years travelling abroad before deciding, at age 27, to devote himself to full-time writing.

His greatest literary success, Life of Pi, was published in 2001. International recognition and many awards followed and, in 2012, director Ang Lee made the novel into a movie.

As an engaged and political writer, Yann Martel undertook a project called "What is Stephen Harper Reading". Every two weeks, the writer sent a literary work, accompanied by a letter, to the Prime Minister.

Yann Martel published his fourth novel. The High Mountains of Portugal, in 2016.

Un des auteurs canadiens les plus connus à travers le monde est sans aucun doute Yann Martel, un Fransaskois vivant à Saskatoon.

Né en Espagne de parents Canadiens francophones, Yann Martel vivra dans plusieurs pays avant de revenir au Canada à la fin des années 1970. Après ses années universitaires et quelques années de voyages à l’étranger, Yann décide de se consacrer à l’écriture dès l’âge de 27 ans.

Son plus grand succès littéraire, l'Histoire de Pi, a été publié en 2001. S’en suivit une reconnaissance internationale avec de nombreux prix et en 2012, le réalisateur Ang Lee portera le roman au grand écran.

Auteur impliqué et politisé, Yann Martel réalisera un projet intitulé « What is Stephen Harper reading? ». L’auteur enverra à toutes les deux semaines une œuvre littéraire accompagné d’une lettre.

En 2016, Yann Martel a publié son quatrième roman intitulé « Les hautes montagnes du Portugal ».

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