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A Live Bird In Its Jaws

A Live Bird In Its Jaws

Winner of the Governor General's Award for Drama, this is a play within a play. Hélène is writing a play which draws heavily on the past of her lover and his twin brother, but refuses to... >>

Any Mail? and Other Stories

Any Mail? and Other Stories

Tougas takes ironic aim at the education of a child in a franco-Manitoban village, an adolescent's eye-opening experiences on the male-dominated DEW Line, and the troubles faced by adults in... >>

Evidence to the Contrary

Evidence to the Contrary

Lena Fulvi has been arrested for her mother's murder. She insists it was an accident, but she has been accused by a nurse who saw her do the deed, and her sisters happily furnish a motive. But... >>

Le soleil du lac qui se couche/The Setting Lake Sun (ebook)

Le soleil du lac qui se couche/The Setting Lake Sun (ebook)

Angèle is a young Métis woman who dreams of becoming an architect. One evening in a Winnipeg art gallery at a show by a Native artist she happens to meet Ueno Takami, an aging Japanese poet.... >>

The Grand Hotel of Foreigners

The Grand Hotel of Foreigners

Beausoleil invites the reader on a voyage which is as much an interior one as a physical one, making the reader a traveller into his own mysteries as he questions the nature of solitude,... >>

The Setting Lake Sun

The Setting Lake Sun

Angèle is a young Métis woman who dreams of becoming an architect. One evening in a Winnipeg art gallery she happens to meet Ueno Takami, an aging Japanese poet. It is a meeting that will... >>

True Copies

True Copies

Winner of the 1990 Grand Prix du Livre de Montréal, True Copies is an evocative tale of love, loss and deception. A young Québecoise's quest for a missing computer disk leads her through the... >>

Vetiver

Vetiver

Vetiver, a grass originally from the Indies, has overgrown the island of Haiti. The plant in exile becomes a symbol for the emigré in this English translation of Des Rosiers' prize-winning... >>

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