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By Tremblay, Lise; Translated by Gaboriau, Linda
In this, her fifth book, Lise Tremblay paints a picture of rural Quebec in the years following the Quiet Revolution.
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By Tremblay, Lise; Translated by Scott, Gail
Mile End is a chilling and masterful look at the interior landscapes of psychosis which mirror so perfectly the emptiness of the exterior surfaces they reflect.
Presents narratives of small-town North American culture and imagination. This book is a fictionalization of the distracted nostalgia of the few surviving pioneer families, the waning tourist trade, and the ethnographic interest of urban professionals.
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