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" Visitors may pass whole weeks there, frequenting hotels, banks, shops, railway stations, without ever imagining for a moment that the town is French by a great majority of its inhabitants. English Society affects unconsciousness of the fact, and bears... "
The Reconquest Of Montreal: Language Policy and Social Change in a Bilingual ... - Page xvi
by Marc Levine - 1991 - 320 pages
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The Race Question in Canada

André Siegfried - Canada - 1907 - 343 pages
...It is the same at Montreal. Visitors may pass whole weeks there, frequenting hotels, banks, shops, railway stations, without ever imagining for a moment...and bears itself exactly as though it had no French neighbours. They seem to regard Montreal as their property. As they have got to this height, not by...
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Quebec: A History 1867-1929

Paul-André Linteau, René Durocher, Jean-Claude Robert - History - 1983 - 602 pages
...menials. " 1n Montreal, he wrote, "visitors may pass whole weeks there, frequenting hotels, banks, shops, railway stations without ever imagining for a moment...and bears itself exactly as though it had no French neighbours. They seem to regard Montreal as their property." How could this phenomenon be explained?...
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