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The Restoration: The Referendum Years

It was at the height of Quebec nationalism, a time when Anglo-Quebecers were packing and heading for Toronto, but it found Gilbert Rollins moving back to his home in Montreal. His fascination with the architectural history of the city leads him to an extraordinary discovery which colours his life and involves him in a complete interweaving of forces and individuals. Past and present fuse in The Restoration to present a rich and often humourous tale. This intricate novel of ideas offers an unforgettable look at the tense and turbulent years on the eve of the Referendum in Quebec.

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