Douglas & McIntyre
Aurora Montrealis

Book details:

August 1997
ISBN 978-1-55054-258-5
Paperback - Trade
5" x 7 3/4"
238 pages
Fiction
$22.95 CAD

Douglas & McIntyre

Aurora Montrealis

By: Monique Proulx
Translated by: Matt Cohen

A unique and powerful portrait of referendum and post-referendum Montreal. Published in Quebec in 1996, Aurora Montrealis shot to the top of the best-seller lists and confirmed Monique Proulx's position as one of the top Quebec fic


A unique and powerful portrait of referendum and post-referendum Montreal. Published in Quebec in 1996, Aurora Montrealis shot to the top of the best-seller lists and confirmed Monique Proulx’s position as one of the top Quebec fiction writers of her generation.

In all of these stories—about disintegrating relationships, yearning housewives, survivors of political and literary wars, people at the very centre of the Quebec dream and those excluded by it—the true hero is the city of Montreal itself, a rapidly changing, indefinable city, which not only provides the backdrop of its inhabitant’s lives, but is the essential force with which they must deal.

About the Author

Monique  Proulx

Monique Proulx

Monique Proulx is one of Quebec’s most popular authors. A novelist, story writer and screenwriter, she has published five previous works of fiction, including ...

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