Douglas & McIntyre
Invisible Man at the Window

Book details:

April 2003
ISBN 978-1-55054-171-7
Paperback - Trade
5" x 8"
192 pages
Fiction
$22.95 CAD

Douglas & McIntyre

Invisible Man at the Window

By: Monique Proulx
Translated by: Matt Cohen

Winner of the Prix Québec-Paris, the Québec Bookstores' Prize and the Prix Littéraire Desjardins, Invisible Man at the Window is the bizarre and compelling tale of a group of artists and hangers-on whose lives cross in the attic apartment of a painter called Max. Through a series of chapters in the form of "portraits," Max, a paraplegic, lays bare the psyches of those who would surround him, pamper him, love him either because or in spite of his handicap.

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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