Bayou Folk
Bayou Folk
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Kate Chopin's classic book of 23 masterful short stories shows rural life in Louisiana after the American Civil War and how former slaves, people of color, women, poor whites, and wealthy whites chafed against social restrictions. Lightly edited for modern readers, including translations from French and standardized spelling, the bones of… (more)

Kate Chopin's classic book of 23 masterful short stories shows rural life in Louisiana after the American Civil War and how former slaves, people of color, women, poor whites, and wealthy whites chafed against social restrictions. Lightly edited for modern readers, including translations from French and standardized spelling, the bones of the stories are just as she told them with no changes to plot or settings. Best of all the book includes the original unedited versions in appendices.

 

Publisher: Inwood Commons Publishing (July 01, 2017)

Page count: 392 pages

Protection: DRM

Language: English

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