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The Blue Whale
The captivating story of a close encounter between a whale and a woman told from...
A Mystery in Naples
In trying to uncover why Francesca Nobili killed herself, this mystery novel searches the politically...
Winter in Montreal
This novel consists of two stories that become one. The first recounts the delusions of...
Vendetta: The True Story of the Largest Lynching in U.S. History
Eleven Italian Americans were lynched in New Orleans on March 14, 1891. The lynching caused...
Picture Theory
A novel first published in French in 1982, Picture Theory demonstrates Nicole Brossard's fiction théorique...
First published in hardcover by Guernica in 1980 (as the third volume in the Essential...
This dazzling collection of poetry is the first ever translation into English of the work of a writer now considered the father of modern French Canadian literature. Émile Nelligan's work spanned only two years, from 1897 to 1899, when he suffered a nervous disorder later described as dementia praecox. Until his death in 1941, Nelligan tragically lived in a state of remote indifference. The impact of this great writer's work at a young age and his distinction as being the first Canadian writer to be influenced by Baudelaire and Rimbaud make this collection a vital contribution to the international understanding...
Émile Nelligan: Selected Poems

Émile Nelligan, P.F. Widdows
Émile Nelligan: Selected Poems
Fabrizio's Passion
Tell the Oak Tree to Grow Faster: Selected Aphorisms
The Other Shore
Echo: Essays on Other Literatures
The Films of Jacques Tati
The Woman I Am
On the Birth of Experimental Cinema
Arrangiarsi: The Italian Immigration Experience in Canada
The Southern Question
Blood of My Blood: The Dilemma of the Italian-Americans
The Tough Romance
Dark Man