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L'Isle au dragon

2.67  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Rafraîchissant, plaisant, ce pamphlet joyeusement, méchamment et vivement écrit a le mérite de nous rendre à une actualité polémique et politique

Jacques Cellard, Le Monde
Paperback, 158 pages
Published 1976 by Boréal Compact
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Peter
This quiet allegorey from the heart of Quebecois culture is a moving story to be read again and again. It works on so many levels, child's book, fable, metaphor...it is charming and delightful. On the one hand it can be seen as simply a fairy tale on the other a quiet meditation of the ability of Quebec to survive as a vibrant culture.
GregCarey10
This book will give you a different look at pepsis. Much of it seems like a rant of a young man, but it is much deeper. It is a look into the lives of the french people and how they are abused and controlled by the english in Canada, and the big corporations of the United States. Out of print now, the only way you will stumble across this is in some university Canadian studies class.
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