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La Fresque de Mussolini
Mussolini sur son cheval domine la fresque de la voûte dans l'église Notre-Dame-de-la-Défence à Montréal....
McKinley's Ghost & the Little Tin Truck
McKinley's Ghost & the Little Tin Truck tells the story of the Millers, a fictional...
The Divine Sisters
The original French version of this play, Les Divines, produced in 1996, continues an exploration...
Olivo Oliva
This fantastical novel opens with Pina, a young Sicilian woman, being seduced by the son...
Exterminated Angel
Gérald Godin gives us an astonishing first novel written in the tradition of the American...
The Canadian Duce
In June 1940, as Benito Mussolini took Italy into war against the Allied Powers, the...
Louise Aubert leaves Mathieu Lord when he joins the Stalinist party. Fifteen years later, she writes a letter in which she dares express her vision of their common history, marked by authoritarianism, mental cruelty and the absence of sharing in the name of love. In the story that follows this letter, Louise recalls each sequence of her break with Mathieu and exposes the duplicity of the intellectual avant-garde. She also describes how she re-entered society freed from censorship and how she finds the inner strength to speak the truth. La Femme du stalinien is the final novel of a trilogy...

"My voice is not stable. This is most inconvenient. The idea of writing you a letter came to me after I read about Hitler's extermination camps and the Soviet gulag. Each piece I read inhabits me. I am endlessly grateful to the authors who wrote them. These readings changed me.... "
The Stalinist's Wife

France Théoret, Luise von Flotow
The Stalinist's Wife
Writing Cultural Difference: Italian-Canadian Creative and Critical Works
After the Fireworks
Pillars of Lace: The Anthology of Italian-Canadian Women Writers
Women as Lovers
No Safeguards
Take Me to Coney Island
The Snows of Yesteryear
The Alcoholic's Daughter
The light of the soul: Neruda, the white raven, the black cat
Surface Roots
Natural Stories #1