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This prompts her to underline cynically the rigid fixity of much of the city, with mobility only permitted in certain areas This is an extension of the trope of the unloving heterosexual couple, found in much of this literature. His comfortable class background might account for this relatively positive portrayal of heterosexual coupledom, although the latter is seen as less enjoyable for his wife. The decisive moment on the Plains of Abraham, in which the generals of both Britain and New France were killed, saw France lose control of much of North America. Nevertheless, the narrative is remarkable in that, unlike the majority of s texts by women which engage with nationalism, it does not take place in a rural environment.
We discover that in common with many other Polish people, she had moved to Belgium after the War, where she had been treated as a heroine for her bravery. It was quiet too. The wide streets were empty. No cardboard huts on the pavements.
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Quebec City and its surrounding area are represented as very white and francophone; barely concealing an endemic racism beneath their rather antiseptic facades. The novel nevertheless points to the existence of more than one language in Quebec City in that, assumed to be a tourist, Sita repeatedly finds that those working in related industries automatically switch from French to English when addressing her This affection is bound up in her building a cottage near Lake Marie, thirty minutes outside Quebec City, with money left to her by her mother.
It is quite common for writers of the Montreal novel to contrast the city with a more positive elsewhere. It is only near Lake Marie that Sita finds genuine friendship and, through this, love and sexual fulfilment. This genre is identified by Doris Sommer who, in her study of Latin American fiction, describes how novels written prior to the s attempted to resolve social and political conflict by mobilising a romance narrative that naturalised the coming together of male and female protagonists from different racial, political, economic, and regional backgrounds In contrast to the cold and sexually selfish Anup, Kiran is a loving, attentive partner.
Sita reflects on the exclusionary nature of the latter: What they said boiled down to one thing: Quebec for the francophones. Or as Sita saw it, white Quebeckers. They should come to Quebec City, she thought.
This has been rightly critiqued by feminist scholars e. Saint-Martin I am not sure as to the politics of female authors using the same act to highlight national disunity.
The novels by Maillet and Warriar both represent women—or certain women—as being out of place in Quebec City and, by extension, Quebec as a whole. Brick Lane. London: Doubleday, Archibald, Samuel. Blais, Marie-Claire.
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Brossard, Nicole. Chapman, Rosemary. Oxford: Peter Lang, Germain, Annick. A neighbourhood story of immigration in Montreal. Gilbert, Carol Bengle. Hage, Rawi. Toronto: House of Anansi Press, Le Premier Jardin. Paris: Seuil, Jameson, Fredric. Cary Nelson and Lawrence Grossberg.
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