Bernard Dupriez (1933)
He was born on the 9th of July 1933 in Seraing, Belgium; he is married, with
three sons and six nephews.
He attended university in Liège, Brussels and Louvain, studying Law, Philosophy,
Latin Philology, and Education. He got a doctor's degree in History of modern
thought at Sorbona Univeristy (Paris) and in Stylistics at Strasbourg
University. He also taught Greek, Latin, French, linguistics, literature and art
history in Quebec and Belgium, and, after 1961, he taught 17th and 20th
centuries literature, French grammar, Stylistics and Literary genres at Montreal
Publications: "Fénelon et la Bible" (1959), "L'Etude de styles" (1971), "Apprenez
seul l'ortographe d'usage et apprenez seul l'ortographe grammaticale" (1966), "Cours
autodidactique de français écrit" (1976), "Gradus. Les procédés littéraires".