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After his classical studies in Quebec, Raôul Duguay continued his studies in philosophy up to the doctoral level. In the early 60s, he began to work as a multidisciplinary artist, both versatile and innovative.
Cofounder of l'Infonie with Walter Boudreau, the evolution of his artistic personality takes on many facets: prefessor of philosophy and aesthetics at the University of Montreal and at Maisonneuve CEGEP, professor of poetic writing techniques at the UQAM, lecturer, literary critic and musical commentator.
Raôul Duguay is also a poet (he has published 15 selections of poems), singer, actor, playwright (he has written eight plays) and singer-songwriter. In 1991, his poem Golgotha, which he performed on music by Walter Boudreau, won the Prix Gilson (International Grand Prize of French Language Broadcasting).
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