Oh Canada! Oh Quebec!: requiem for a divided country
A humorous look at Quebec's movement toward independence from Canada, remarking upon the Draconian language laws imposed on English-speaking Quebecois, the economic problems posed by the movement, and the troubles with blind nationalism.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - weakley - LibraryThing
While I have to admit that this book presents a biased point of view on the issue of the french language and seperation issues, it is not a bias I disagree with for the most part. Richler is true to ... Read full review
OH CANADA! OH QUEBEC!: Requiem for a Divided CountryUser Review - Kirkus
Quebec-born Richler (Solomon Gursky Was Here, 1990, etc.) undertakes a backgrounder to that province's independence movement, with several large flashes of illuminating absurdity about the passionate ... Read full review