ABOUT THE TRANSLATORS:
Dr. Margaret S. Langford is professor emerita of French at Keene State College. Her sabbatical leave projects in 1984 and 1992 focused on oral interviews and research on Franco-Americans. In 1999 her leave was devoted to Un Revenant/One Came Back. Since 1996 she has interwoven research, publications, and presentations first on One Came Back and subsequently on this book. In 1992 the American Association of Academic Alliances honored her for outstanding contributions to the teaching and promotion of French as a second language. In 1994, the New Hampshire Association for the Teaching of Foreign Languages selected her as teacher of the year. In 1998, she received the New Hampshire Excellence in Education Award. In 2007 she devoted her sabbatical leave to L’Innocente Victime. Margaret Langford is presently incorporator of the Franco-American Centre in Manchester, New Hampshire, a member of the Historical Society of Cheshire County and of the French Institute at Assumption College.
Dr. Claire Quintal (1930-2020) was the founding director emerita of the French Institute of Assumption University, which is considered to be the foremost research center of Franco-American history and culture. Dr. Quintal edited and/or translated sixteen volumes. She was awarded the Legion of Honor and named an Officer of the National Order of Merit by the French Government. She was a member of the Conseil de la Vie Française en Amérique and chaired the American and Canadian French Cultural Exchange Commission of Massachusetts.
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