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Winter in Montreal
This novel consists of two stories that become one. The first recounts the delusions of...
Girls Closed In
In this novel from a Quebecois feminist writer, a shy sixteen-year-old falls in love with...
Fabrizio's Passion
Fabrizio's Passion is the author's English-language version of his French-language novel, Avril ou l'anti-passion. This...
The Sandwoman
Ouellette-Michalska's feminism is subtle. She understands that repression imprisons men as well as women ......
The Past at Our Feet
In short fragments and understated language, three women brought together by the death of a...
Exterminated Angel
Gérald Godin gives us an astonishing first novel written in the tradition of the American...
Maude is an artist. Bruno looks after her. Or does he sponge off her? Is he her lover or her housekeeper? Is she an artist because he organises her life or does her art defy her fussy inventions? What is he to her? What is she to him? Are they simply insane? Suzanne Jacob's Maude develops two complex characters caught in a kind of prolonged, irresponsible adolescence. This intense novella explores the dynamics of this odd couple, a dynamics that transcends the otherwise pervasive apathy, depression and sense of powerlessness.
Maude

Suzanne Jacob, Luise von Flotow
1997
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