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|September 21, 2010

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First published in l965, Hubert Aquin’s Next Episode is a disturbing and yet deeply moving novel of dissent and distress. As he awaits trial, a young separatist writes an espionage story in the psychiatric ward of the Montreal prison where he has been…
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|July 1, 2013

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The Invention of Death is a translation of Hubert Aquin's novel, L'invention de la mort, written in 1959 and remaining unpublished until 1991. Journalist René Lallemant looks back on the jealousy and adultery that marked his relationship with Madeleine Vallin.…
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|March 24, 1998

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|August 15, 2009

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This bilingual edition is the first English translation of Aquin's groundbreaking novella. It is also the first time it appears in French, outside of the multi-volume critical edition. With this novella the young Aquin turned away from ordinary narrative towards…
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|November 14, 2005

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En Suisse, un révolutionnaire québécois a la mission d'abattre un agent lié aux forces fédéralistes canadiennes. Roman de la révolution, de la rencontre, de l'amour et du pays, lesquels marquent autant d'échecs et d'inachèvements, Prochain épisode est sans…
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|September 1, 2009

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This bilingual edition is the first English translation of Aquin's ground-breaking novella. Alone in exotic Naples, an impassioned Fran çois anticipates the arrival of girlfriend Hélè ne. Uncertainty and impatience warp his waiting into an obsessive mélange of…
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|September 17, 2013

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Written as a screenplay, Hamlet’s Twin chronicles the unusual honeymoon of a contemporary young couple, Nicholas and Sylvie Vanhesse, as they travel to Norway, and, eventually, to a mythical archipelago near the North Pole. Nicholas, while playing Fortinbras in a…