Naim Kattan


Naim Kattan

Naïm Kattan

Naïm Kattan, C.Q., O.C., MSRC (26 août 1928 à Bagdad - ) est un écrivain québécois

Il a étudié à l'Université de Bagdad de 1945 à 1947, puis à la Sorbonne de 1947 à 1951. Il a émigré à Montréal en 1954. Il est le père de l'écrivain Emanuel Kattan.

Bibliographie partielle

Romans
  • Adieu, Babylone, Albin Michel, coll. Espaces libres, 2003
  • Les Fruits arrachés
  • La Fiancée promise, 1983
  • La Fortune du passager, 1983
  • Farida, 1991
  • L'Amour reconnu, 1999
  • Le Silence des adieux, 1999


Nouvelles
  • Le Rivage, 1973
  • Dans le désert, 1974
  • La Traversée, 1976
  • Le Rivage, 1979
  • La Reprise, 1985
  • La Distraction, 1994


Sous sa direction
  • Les Juifs et la communauté française (1965)
  • Juifs et Canadiens (1967)


Essais
  • Le réel et le théâtral, (1970), prix France-Canada en 1971
  • La mémoire et la promesse (1978)
  • Le désir et le pouvoir (1983)


Honneurs

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