Morin, Paul (pôl môrăNˈ), 1889–1963, French Canadian poet, b. Montreal. After taking degrees in the arts, science, and law at Laval Univ., he studied in Paris. His two books of poems, Le Paon d'émail [the enamel peacock] (1911) and Poèmes de cendre et d'or [poems in ashes and gold] (1922), are noted for technical brilliance and exotic language.
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