Through Genevieve - a woman struggling with an idealistic vision of love - a door is opened into the lives of the characters through which Marie-Claire Blais came to the forefront of feminism in Canada. Night after night in a club called The Underground, Genevieve and her friends live out their loves and their tragedies apart from the day-to-day life of the city. Each glance, each embrace, and each ensuing encounter weaves a profound matrix of human isolation, with transcendence found in the healing power of love.
Used availability for Marie-Claire Blais's Nights in the Underground
June 2007 : Canada Paperback
August 1988 : Canada Paperback
1982 : Canada Paperback