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Human Rights Observatory

Mordecai Richler, le Québec et les Juifs


(French version only)
By
Ph.D., Université de Montréal, Editor, Tolerance.ca®
On aperçoit Richler, dans la photo ci-dessus, se référant à mon essai, Mythe et images du Juif au Québec, dans le documentaire «Mordecai Richler, le Cosaque de la rue Saint-Urbain» (réalisé en 2010). Il était interviewé par la journaliste Madeleine Poulin sur l'antisémitisme et ses rapports avec le nationalisme québécois. 
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Au Québec, plus de dix ans après sa mort, Mordecai Richler continue de déranger. Alors qu’un film adapté de son roman, Barney’s version, a été accueilli favorablement par les critiques, et qu’on vient de lui consacrer un nouveau documentaire et une biographie (en anglais, remarquez bien), une polémique agite les milieux culturels et municipaux montréalais. Ces derniers ne parvenant pas en effet à s’entendre sur la pertinence d’honorer sa mémoire, à Montréal, en donnant son nom à un lieu public dans le quartier du Plateau où il a vécu.

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