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This novel, written in French by a French Canadian author, detailed the life of a poor French Canadian family living in the slum of St-Henri (in Montreal, Quebec, Canada) during WWII. In this novel Florentine Lacasse, a dime-store waitress, is seduced by Jean Lévesque, a successful but selfish engineer and becomes pregnant. Her mother, meanwhile, gives birth to yet another child only to lose her husband to the war...?
Choose the correct answer:Maria Chapdelaine, by Louis Hémon The Diviners, by Margaret Laurence Volkswagen Blues, by Jacques Poulin 'Bonheur d'occasion', by Gabrielle Roy (Translated version: The Tin Flute)
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