While short-lived, this multi-arts, mostly French-language magazine published in Montreal sparked controversy because of the cosmopolitan and formalist ideas of its editors, Fernand Préfontaine (an architect), Robert LaRoque de Roquebrune (a writer), and Léo-Pol Morin (a musician and composer).
To date, the Canadian Modernist Magazines Project has digitized a total of ten of Le Nigog's twelve issues.
Place: Montreal, QC
Issues digitized: 10/12
Editors: Fernand Préfontaine, Robert LaRoque de Roquebrune, Léo-Pol Morin
Matt Huculak, Kaarina Mikalson, Emily Ballantyne
Read, download, and explore every digitized issue in a variety of file formats.
(Note: in the project's next stage of development, as time and funding allow, we will be adding hand-corrected .txt-file transcriptions and TEI-XML editions of each issue.)
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