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Guide to Life and Literature
THERE IS little justification for including Louisiana as a part of the Southwest. Despite the fact that the French flag -- tied to a pole in Louisiana -- once waved over Texas, French influence on it and other parts of the Southwest has been minor.
ARTHUR, STANLEY CLISBY. Jean Laffite, Gentleman Rover (1952) and Audubon: An Intimate Life of the American Woodsman (1937), both published by Harmanson -- Publisher and Bookseller, 333 Royal St., New Orleans.
CABLE, GEORGE W. Old Creole Days: Strange True Stories of Louisiana.
CHOPIN, KATE. Bayou Folk.
FORTIER, ALCEE. Any of his work on Louisiana.
HEARN, LAFCADIO. Chita. A lovely story.
JOUTEL. Journal of La Salle's career in Texas.
KANE, HARNETT T. Plantation Parade: The Grand Manner in Louisiana (1945), Natchez on the Mississippi (1947),
KING, GRACE. New Orleans: The Place and the People; Balcony Stories.
MCVOY, LIZZIE CARTER. Louisiana in the Short Story, Louisiana State University Press, 1940.
SAXON, LYLE. Fabulous New Orleans; Old Louisiana; Lafitte the Pirate.
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