The Dream of Nation

The Dream of Nation

A Social and Intellectual History of Quebec

Book - 2002
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Essential reading for an understanding of contemporary Quebec, The Dream of Nation traces the changing nature of various "dreams of nation," from the imperial dream of New France to the separatist dream of the 1980 referendum. Susan Mann demonstrates that these dreams, fashioned by elites in response to the recurring question of how to be French in North America, proposed an ever-elusive unanimity. She discusses how social, economic, and political pressures, as well as changing populations, invariably thwarted one dream and provided the makings of another. A work of pioneering scholarship and remarkable synthesis, The Dream of Nation weaves together two of the dominant ideologies of the twentieth century: nationalism and feminism. A new preface contextualizes the 1982 edition and outlines the different contours of Quebec's latest thoughts on sovereignty.
Publisher: Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, [2002], c1982
Edition: Caleton Library Series ed. --
ISBN: 9780773524101
077352410X
9780773523906
0773523901
Branch Call Number: 971.4/MAN 4565 1

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