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Magasin général, Tome 3 : Les Hommes

by Régis Loisel

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The Men have come home from the woods and sure don't like what's happened to their village and to their women! Serge's true influence is felt as the differences between what the men expect daily life to be comes up against the genteel and warmth/ sophistication brought in by Serge. Those who've lived with him these hard winter months obviously understand him and appreciate what he's done for his community, but for the men, he is a venomous snake in their midst. A fracas only forces a division between the women and the working men and it takes an almost-tragedy to bring him back to the fold - just as he was leaving town!

An engaging and moving story, once again brought to life by two wonderful writer/ artists who continue to share the lives of these interesting and very real people in Notre-Dame-des-Lacs. The veracity of this village and village-life during the struggling years of the early 1900's is, again, a place you can easily immerse yourself in. It's not only a trip down a form of ancestral-memory-lane, but an historical retelling of situations so close to similar recent-day events, but with an execution of life long gone by.

This series is simply amazing and I am delighted to learn that they will be continuing it for a few more albums at the least! ( )
  savageknight | Mar 15, 2009 |
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