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Although most Quebec novelists are not preoccupied with the United States, the presence of the huge southern neighbour makes itself felt now and again. One is struck by the similarities in the images of the U.S. when it does appear in literature: Quebec novelists seem to see it as a powerful...
Ninety-one percent of the natives of Quebec are wage earners suffering on their own territory a double alienation, socio-economic and cultural. The largely proletarized French-speaking population of Quebec is subjected on the job and often in its public life, to authorities who do not literally...
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