Homme invisible à la fenêtre: roman

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Editions du Boreal, Les, 1993 - French-Canadian fiction - 238 pages
2 Reviews
A travers le destin d'un peintre paraplǧique, l'auteure met "en lumir̈e plusieurs maux de la sociť"̌ (K. Gagnon) occidentale moderne. Une belle rǔssite dans laquelle elle "fait monter le mouvement du monde vers l'artiste claustr"̌ (J. Allard). Recommand.̌ [SDM].

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User Review  - Valérie - Goodreads

T'was good, I can't say it was my favorite book but I did enjoy reading it. The story is really touching and passionate. It's love on so many levels. Read full review

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User Review  - Stephanie - Goodreads

I like Proulx's style of unveiling Max's history slowly, across the entire span of the book, or, rather, the story of how he became a paraplegic -- and how that story makes a different sense of some ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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