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He would put a cast on his arm or leg, then walk across a university campus carrying several books.
When he saw an interesting coed standing or walking alone, he’d “accidentally” drop the books near her.
(It probably relates to the raising of sheep for wool, which was common in rural Quebec of the 1700s.) When these shared the same Roman Catholic faith, their unions were approved by the once-powerful Roman Catholic Church in Quebec.After he had molested the girl and the rage of passion had passed, she would be killed and Bundy would dump her body in a region where it would not be found for months. By the time he was apprehended, Bundy had killed at least twenty-eight young women and girls in acts too horrible to contemplate.He was finally convicted and sentenced to death for killing a twelve-year-old girl and dumping her body in a pigsty.Catholic priest and historian Lionel Groulx (1878–1967) was the key figure behind the rise of Quebec nationalism which stressed "territoriality and the use of the Quebec state" in the first half of the twentieth century.Jean Éthier-Blais claimed that among Quebec nationalist intellectuals the twentieth century was Groulx century — "le siècle de l'abbé Groulx." In the 1920s following the publication of this novel, French Canadian nationalism "espoused the thought of Lionel Groulx", retained Catholicism and abandoned Henri Bourassa's pan-Canadian perspective.