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La Famille Gaetano is the French translation of F.G. Paci's The Italians (1978), considered one of the first books to deal with the Italian immigrant experience in Canada -- and a Canadian bestseller.

"Enfin elle prononçait ses voeux au pied de l'autel. Comme dans son rêve, le père Sarlo officiait et la Verge était demoiselle d'honneur. À la difference du rêve cependant, elle se donnait aujourd'hui à Lorenzo plutôt qu'au Christ."
La Famille Gaetano

F.G. Paci, Robert Paquin
1990
La Famille Gaetano
Benedetta in Guysterland
Il Vagabondo: An Urban Opera
Notes of a Mediocre Man: Stories of India and America
The Sex Life of the Amoeba
Cock-A-Doodle-Doo
Sometimes It Snows in America
The Occidental Hotel
The Countess Plays
The Tenants of the Hotel Biron
The Four Roads Hotel
Amor, Amor
Girls Closed In