Ha!: A Self-Murder Mystery
"With his wife's consent, on March 15, 1977, celebrated writer and former terrorist Hubert Aquin blew his brains out on the grounds of a Montreal convent school. Shocked by this self-murder, a filmmaker friend feels compelled to understand why Aquin killed himself - and discovers, at the heart of this tragedy, an unforgettable love story. Interweaving photographs, documents, and images with testimony from Aquin's friends and the writers and artists who influenced him, HA! takes the reader on a Dantesque journey into the underworld of creative genius." --Book Jacket.
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