From McClelland & Stewart:
Forty-one sparkling classics of Quebec fiction, in new translations.
In these fantastic tall tales, a bull turns into a lawyer, a lonely Alberta cow's ghost longs for Quebec, and Ulysses comes back to Ithaca Corner, Ontario. Jacques Ferron writes metaphysical fables, sketches of urban life, political satire, portraits of men and women in all walks of life, and wry comedies, with great originality and a profound sympathy for the human condition. These brief, charming tales are among the most celebrated works in modern Quebec literature.
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