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Suzanne Robert (1948 – June 3, 2007) was a Quebec writer.
She was born in Montreal and received a BA from the Collège Jésus-Marie d'Outremont and a master's degree in biological anthropology from the Université de Montréal. From 1984 to 1999, she was a member of the management committee for the magazine Liberté. Robert was also literary commentator for Radio Canada for a number of years. She was director for the "Fictions" collection of the Éditions de l'Hexagone publishing house. Her short stories were also included in various anthologies.La dame morte (1973)
Les trois soeurs de personne, novel (1980)
Vulpera (1983), shortlisted for the Governor General's Award for French-language fiction
À proximité, stories (1987)
L'Autre, l'une (1987), with Diane-Monique Daviau