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City Unique Montreal Days And Nights In The 1940s And '50s (Paperback)

Author:  William Weintraub Manufactured By: Robin Brass Studio
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1896941427
ISBN-13: 9781896941424
Sku: 39981035
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.75H x 6L x 1T
Pages:  332
Age Range:  NA
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Montreal in the 1940s and '50s was Canada's largest, most vibrant and colorful city. No one could foresee that political and economic factors would cripple the city and send it into a long decline. William Weintraub, writing with insight and affection, brings the Montreal of his youth vividly, entertainingly and wittily to life in this remarkable book. The Montreal he describes was a city with two communities, English and French, who lived separate lives. They met along the dividing line that was "The Main" - St. Lawrence Boulevard and the nearby streets, where gambling joints, bordellos and night clubs prospered, and where striptease artiste Lili St. Cyr became the toast of the town and gangsters raked in profits while the police looked the other way. It was the Montreal of the colorful, charismatic mayor Camillien Houde within the repressive and corrupt Quebec of premier Maurice Duplesis. William Weintraub looks at all aspects of life in Montreal in what Mordecai Richler called "an engaging, evocative book about Montreal's prime-time."
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