By Suzanne Aubry
Montréal, 1862. Depuis huit mois, Fanette est los angeles secrétaire de sa tante Madeleine qui, sous un nom masculin, signe un roman-feuilleton dans le magazine L'Époque.
Fanette nourrit l'espoir d'accéder au journalisme et de signer ses propres articles. Son rêve paraît inatteignable, mais un événement imprévu lui donnera sa première chance.
Amanda est enfin heureuse avec Noël Picard à Jeune-Lorette, mais son fils, Ian, tourmenté par ses origines, veut savoir qui est son père. Sa mère lui ayant fait croire qu'il est un capitaine irlandais qui a péri en mer, l'adolescent se fait engager comme mousse sur un bateau marchand qui doit livrer sa cargaison au will pay d'origine de son père.
Sean s'est engagé dans los angeles confrérie des Fenians, un groupe cherchant à libérer l'Irlande du joug britannique, mais il n'a pas abandonné sa quête pour retrouver ses soeurs, Amanda et Fanette.
Lors du procès d'une jeune femme accusée d'avoir empoisonné son mari, Fanette revoit Julien Vanier, l'honnête avocat qui avait défendu sa soeur, Amanda. Les deux jeunes gens tombent éperdument amoureux. Quel avenir les attend ?
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I can see you're dying to go into court, you know you are, and I must get to the grocery store. The MAID leaves. JUDGE B, an elderly judge and friend of JUDGE A, comes in. JUDGE B : What's the matter? This afternoon I have a rather dreadful case to deal with. affair. JUDGE B (he sits down): Yes, the S. JUDGE A (he suddenly stands still) : Who told you? JUDGE B : It was discussed over there yesterday afternoon. A nasty case. JUDGE JUDGE A: A begins to pace up and down. What do they say? JUDGE B : Nobody envies you.
WIFE : We shouldn't always be quarreling, Karl. In the old days . • HUSBAND : I was waiting for it : "in the old days ! " I didn't want my child's mind poisoned in the old days and I don't want it poisoned now! The Informer WIFE : 47 Where is he anyway? HUSBAND : WIFE: I How do I know? Did you see him leave? HUSBAND : No. understand where he (Shouting. ) Klaus-Heinrich ! WIFE : I don't can have gone. She runs out and is heard shouting. She returns. Well, he's out. HUSBAND : WIFE : Why on earth shouldn't he be out?
46 I Bertolt Brecht HUSBAND : If these reports of the priest trials don't stop, I won't order this paper any more. WIFE : And which one will you subscribe to? It's in all of them. HUSBAND : If all the papers carry filth like that, I'll read none. I couldn't know less of what's going on in the world. WIFE : A house cleaning doesn't hurt once in a while. HUSBAND : House cleaning! That's just politics. WIFE : Anyway it's no concern of ours : we're Lutherans. HUSBAND: It' s not a matter of indifference for our people if they can't think of a church without also thinking of such abominations.