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The complete works of Kate Chopin

Author: Kate Chopin; Per Seyersted
Publisher: Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, [1969] ©1969
Series: Southern literary studies.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The stories, poems, sketches and essays of a Southern woman, who defied traditional morality and conventions at the turn of the century.

Volume 1. Short stories and sketches -- Volume 2. [Short stories and sketches, continued] ; Essays and comments ; Poems ; Novels.

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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Short stories, American
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904.
Complete works of Kate Chopin.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press [1970, c1969]
(OCoLC)567947107
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Chopin; Per Seyersted
ISBN: 0807108499 9780807108499
OCLC Number: 52453
Description: 2 volumes (1032 pages) : portrait ; 24 cm.
Contents: volume 1: Emancipation : a life fable --
Wiser than a god --
A point at issue! --
Miss Witherwell's mistake --
With the violin --
Mrs. Mobry's reason --
A no-account Creole --
For Marse Chouchoute --
The going away of Liza --
The maid of Saint Phillippe --
A wizard from Gettysburg --
A shameful affair --
A rude awakening --
A harbinger --
Doctor Chevalier's lie --
A very fine fiddle --
Boulot and Boulotte --
Love on the Bon-Dieu --
An embarrassing position : comedy in one act --
Beyond the Bayou --
After the winter --
The Benitous' slave --
A turkey hunt --
Old Aunt Peggy --
The lilies --
Ripe figs --
Croque-Mitaine --
A little free-Mulatto --
Miss McEnders --
Loka --
At the 'Cadian Ball --
A visit to Avoyelles --
Ma'ame Pelagie --
Desiree's baby --
Caline --
The return of Alcibiade --
In and out of old Natchitoches --
Mamouche --
Madame Celestin's divorce --
An idle fellow --
A matter of prejudice --
Azelie --
A lady of Bayou St. John --
La Belle Zoraide --
At Cheniere Caminada --
A gentleman of Bayou Teche --
In Sabine --
A respectable woman --
Tante Cat'rinette --
A Dresden lady in Dixie --
The story of an hour --
Lilacs --
The night came slowly --
Juanita --
Cavanelle --
Regret --
The kiss --
Ozeme's holiday --
A sentimental soul --
Her letters --
Odalie Misses mass --
Polydore --
Dead men's shoes --
Athenaise --
Two summers and two souls --
The unexpected --
Two portraits --
Fedora --
Vagabonds --
Madame Martel's Christmas Eve --
The recovery --
A night in Acadie --
A pair of silk stockings --
Nég Créol. volume 2: Aunt Lympy's interference --
The blind man --
A vocation and a voice --
A mental suggestion --
Suzette --
The locket --
A morning walk --
An Egyptian cigarette --
A family affair --
Elizabeth Stock's one story --
The storm --
The godmother --
A little country girl --
A reflection --
Ti Démon --
A December day in Dixie --
The gentleman from New Orleans --
Charlie --
The white eagle --
The wood-choppers --
Polly --
The impossible Miss Meadows --
Essays and comments: The Western Association of Writers --
"Crumbling idols" by Hamlin Garland --
The real Edwin Booth --
Emile Zola's "Lourdes" --
Confidences --
In the confidence of a story-writer --
As you like it (a series of essays): I. "I have a young friend ..." ; II. "It has lately been ..." ; III: "Several years ago ..." ; IV. "A while ago ..." ; V. "A good many of us ..." ; VI. "We are told ..." --
On certain brisk, bright days. volume 2, continued: Poems: If it might be --
Psyche's lament --
The song everlasting --
You and I --
It matters all --
In dreams throughout the night --
Good night --
If some day --
To Carrie B. --
To Hider Schuyler --
To "Billy" with a box of cigars --
To Mrs. R. --
Let the night go --
There's music enough --
An ecstasy of madness --
I wanted God --
The haunted chamber --
Life --
Because --
To the friend of my youth: to Kitty --
Novels: At fault --
The awakening.
Series Title: Southern literary studies.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Per Seyersted ; foreword by Edmund Wilson.

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The stories, poems, sketches and essays of a Southern woman, who defied traditional morality and conventions at the turn of the century.

Volume 1. Short stories and sketches -- Volume 2. [Short stories and sketches, continued] ; Essays and comments ; Poems ; Novels.

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