The Fat Woman Next Door Is Pregnant
The Fat Woman Next Door is Pregnant is a 1978 novel by Canadian author Michel Tremblay. The story takes place over the course of a single date, May 2, 1942, in the Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood of Montreal. It focuses on several working-class families as well as two prostitutes. It is known across the francophonie as one of the great Canadian pieces of French language literature, utilizing the unique Canadian dialect of French to express the issues of both the early and late twentieth century in Québec and abroad.