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Anne Hébert

  • Snow sets us dreaming on vast plains, trackless, colorless / Keep vigil my heart, the snow sets us on saddled racers of white foam ...

    • Anne Hébert,
    • "Snow," Poems ()
  • Poetry colors beings, objects, landscapes and sensations with a kind of new and particular light, which is in fact that of the poet's emotions.

    • Anne Hébert,
    • "Poetry Broken Solitude," Poems ()
  • Poetry cannot be explained, it must be lived.

    • Anne Hébert,
    • "Poetry Broken Solitude," Poems ()
  • I believe in solitude broken like bread by poetry.

    • Anne Hébert,
    • "Poetry Broken Solitude," Poems ()

Anne Hébert, Canadian poet, writer

(1916 - 2000)