Morin, Paul pôl môrăN´ [key], 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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