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Bittersweet Pieces: A Collection of Dutch Short Stories
This collection of short stories by eleven prominent Dutch writers from the last two decades...
Writing Our Way Home
Writing Our Way Home is an important contribution to literary studies. “Italian-Canadian writers are not...
Unholy Stories
Her characters stumble into the light, clutching their existential problems. Their stories float up like...
Clement Marchand is a seminal figure in Quebec literature, standing at the crossroads between the country and the city, between this century and the last. The original French version of this suite of stories, Courriers des villages, was awarded the prestigious Prix David in 1942. Marchand depicts the life and livelihood of Quebec peasants in the days before their villages vanished. But even as he is extolling the rural way of life, he chronicles its downfall and writes ironically of those who cling to it. Marchand's stories prefigure the great exodus to the city and the birth of modern Quebec,...
Vanishing Villages

Clément Marchand, David Homel
1992
Vanishing Villages
Life Stories
Date With Destiny
Natural Stories #1
The Tangible Word
Nice People: A Collection of Dutch Short Stories
Three by Three