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Review: Crescent CarnivalUser Review - Julie - Goodreads
You have to be a fan of Keyes or a fan of New Orleans to wade through this tome that is over 700 pages long. I'm fans of both, so finished it. Her descriptions, while wordy, are right on target. Even ... Read full review
Review: Crescent CarnivalUser Review - Carrie - Goodreads
I was given this book because New Orleans and its Carnival celebration appear in the story. Surprisingly, this New Orleanian got caught up in the plot and characters as well as the dramatic and ... Read full review
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Crescent Carnival - KEYES, FRANCES PARKINSON
Crescent Carnival; KEYES, FRANCES PARKINSON. Offered by Yesterday's Muse Books.
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The first of Keyes' novels set in Louisiana was Crescent Carnival, which tells the .... Crescent Carnival (1942, novel - the first of the Louisiana books; ...
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JSTOR: The Value of the Best Seller: An Appraisal of Frances ...
Crescent Carnival, published in 1942, was Mrs. Keyes's first novel to lift her from the ... What Crescent Carnival did for the city, River Road (I945) did, ...
She came to Louisiana in 1942 to write Crescent Carnival and returned to write other books. Her novels Blue Camellia (1957), Crescent Carnival (1942), ...
Title, Crescent carnival. พิมพลักษณ์ Imprint, New York, ny : Grosset & Dunlap, 1942. ลักษณะทางกายภาพ Physical Description, 807. เลขบรรณานุกร...
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Audrey Elisa Kerr - The Paper Bag Principle: Of the Myth and the ...
Similarly, Frances Parkinson Keyes's Crescent Carnival suggests that fingernails are the "greatest giveaway" of Negro blood, even when evidence of blackness ...
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