Tales of the Sabine Borderlands: Early Louisiana and Texas Fiction by Theodore Pavie

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In February, 1830, eighteenyearold Theodore Pavie traveled west on the Camino Real from Natchitoches, in the new state of Louisiana, to Nacogdoches, Texas, which remained under Mexican rule. Events of his trip inspired him to write stories rich in details of the LouisianaTexas border region after he returned to France. "Le Negre" depicts the internal dynamics of a Louisiana slave community in an elemental tale of good versus evil. Pavie contrasts the nobility of the tragic hero, once a tribal chief in Africa, with the ...

Tales of the Sabine Borderlands: Early Louisiana and Texas Fiction by Theodore Pavie 1998, Texas A&M University Press

ISBN-13: 9780890968543

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Tales of the Sabine Borderlands: Early Louisiana and Texas Fiction by Theodore Pavie 1998, Texas A&M University Press

ISBN-13: 9780890968376

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