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There are two of them, she and he. They live together. She would like to have a cat; he prefers exotic fish. She feels like eating out. He: not really. Having a baby is a good idea. But the question is when. With a few strokes of the pen, Helene Rioux draws the portrait of this exemplary couple.
Intimate Dialogues

Hélène Rioux, Jonathan Kaplansky
2008
Intimate Dialogues
The Past at Our Feet
Dark Man
Girls Closed In
Fabrizio's Passion
Amazon Angel
Angelina's Lips
The Coincidence
Moncton Mantra
Doubly Suspect
Palestine
A Father's Revenge
Maude