The author seems devoid of any real knowledge of Canadian history, but struggles ahead anyways. Transferring his BC leanings to Quebec, and his assumptions without notes, references as truths is not a good way to write a book. Many instances, smallpox, native aborginal issues are fantasies. However he does capsulate the coming of age of Quebeckers, sort of what is now happening with native aboriginals (hopefully) and happens so many times in history. Not a very balanced view of history though
The most comprehensive book on Québecois culture I have read to date.
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