Tributes to Mordecai Richler
When Mordecai Richler left Canada for Paris, he was a brooding young intellectual with lots to say. He returned a prolific, respected writer with a keen eye for the absurd and the magnetism to charm or anger just about all of his contemporaries. From Montreal's Jewish ghetto to Quebec nationalism to boring Anglophones to hypocritical politicians – the incomparable Richler commented, questioned, laughed and angered.
Program: The Sunday Edition
Broadcast Date: July 8, 2001
Guests: Gail Anderson-Dargatz, Roch Carrier, Sheila Fishman, John Gray, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Michael Ondaatje, Jane Urquhart
Host: Tina Srebotnjak
Last updated: August 30, 2013
Page consulted on March 11, 2014
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Richler talks about honour, the Richler repertoire company, and his ne...
Richler imparts his wry words of wisdom to the graduating class at McG...
Richler chats about his career in conversation with Eleanor Wachtel.
Tributes of Richler pour in as news of his death becomes public.
Celebrating the life of Mordecai Richler.
On July 3, 2001, at the age of 70, prolific writer Mordecai Richler pa...
Authors remember the life and works of Richler.
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