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Author: Kate Chopin
Publisher: [Auckland] : The Floating Press, [2012] ©2012
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Groundbreaking author Kate Chopin was known for her innovative portraits of nineteenth-century heroines facing the challenges of life under strictly constrained gender roles. At Fault is a richly detailed historical romance set on a Louisiana plantation that delves deftly into the tangled web woven by a trio of star-crossed lovers whose lives have been rent asunder by misbegotten passion.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Chopin, Kate.
At Fault.
Auckland : The Floating Press, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Chopin
ISBN: 9781775455073 1775455076
OCLC Number: 784885836
Notes: Archived by the National Library of New Zealand in PDF (226 pages).
Novel.
"First published in 1890"--Page 2 of PDF.
Hypertext links contained in the archived instances of this title are non-functional.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Title; Contents; PART I; I --
The Mistress of Place-du-Bois; II --
At the Mill; III --
In the Pirogue; IV --
A Small Interruption; V --
In the Pine Woods; VI --
Melicent Talks; VII --
Painful Disclosures; VIII --
Treats of Melicent; IX --
Face to Face; X --
Fanny's Friends; XI --
The Self-Assumed Burden; XII --
Severing Old Ties; PART II; I --
Fanny's First Night at Place-du-Bois; II --
"Neva to See You!"; III --
A Talk Under the Cedar Tree; IV --
Thérèse Crosses the River; V --
One Afternoon; VI --
One Night; VII --
Melicent Leaves Place-du-Bois; VIII --
With Loose Rein; IX --
The Reason Why. X --
Perplexing ThingsXI --
A Social Evening; XII --
Tidings that Sting; XIII --
Melicent Hears the News; XIV --
A Step Too Far; XV --
A Fateful Solution; XVI --
To Him Who Waits; XVII --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Kate Chopin.
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Groundbreaking author Kate Chopin was known for her innovative portraits of nineteenth-century heroines facing the challenges of life under strictly constrained gender roles. At Fault is a richly detailed historical romance set on a Louisiana plantation that delves deftly into the tangled web woven by a trio of star-crossed lovers whose lives have been rent asunder by misbegotten passion.

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