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published: Jan 1994
ISBN:9781550284409
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A History of Quebec Nationalism

by Gilles Gougeon, translated by Jane Ubertino; Louisa Blair & Robert Chodos

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Preface
Introduction

Part One
Interview with Robert Lahaise
Interview with Jean-Paul Bernard

Part Two
Interview with Réal Bélanger

Part Three
Interview with Pierre Trépanier
Interview with Robert Comeau (i)
Interview with Richard Desrosiers (i)

Part Four
Interview with Richard Desrosiers (ii)
Interview with Robert Comeau (ii)
Interview with Louis Balthazar

Biographical Notes

About the Authors

Gilles Gougeon

GILLES GOUGEON is a journalist with Radio-Canada in Montreal.
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Jane Ubertino

JANE UBERTINO is a freelance translator and French teacher who lives in Toronto.
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Louisa Blair

LOUISA BLAIR is a native of Quebec City who now work as a writer, editor and translator in Toronto.
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Robert Chodos

ROBERT CHODOS is an experienced author and translator who has published widely in the fields of Canadian business, politics, and transportation and of Quebec history. Among his most recent books are The Unmaking of Canada (1991), Lost in Cyberspace? (1997), and Paul Martin: A Political Biography (1998), all co-written with Rae Murphy and Eric Hamovitch, and all published by Lorimer.
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Editorial Reviews

"This slim volume is a handy starter for English Canadians interested in understanding what drives nationalist Quebecers.
This book flows from transcripts of a series on the subject done for Radio Canada, CBC's French television network, back in 1992."

— Record

"I know nothing better to improve anyone's understanding of the present crisis than this slim 118 page soft cover book.
The best of it is that it is not stilted academic writing but authoritative readable speech, made for television and admirable for its clarity and succinctness."

— Telegraph-Journal

"Clear, fascinating, enlightening little book... excellent English translation.
For all those who worry about Quebec and its future within Canada this is the basic book to read.
Don't miss this fascinating little book.
Make sure your local library and high school library have copies available.
By reading it, you'll learn a lot of history no schoolbooks seem to cover and understand what's going on today."

— Telegraph-Journal

"This book is an effective reminder for those who already know, and an effective introduction for those keen to find out, about the attachments of convenience and genuine passion that animate discussion in Quebec today...
a fine translation."

— Canadian Journal of Communications

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