East Texans Love To Talk: A Collection of Their Stories

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 10, 2001 - Fiction - 133 pages
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East Texans Love To Talk is a collection from over a lifetime of listening to his relatives, friends, and residents of East Texas. The stories are sometimes humorous, sometimes factual, and sometimes sentimental. Their value is that they reflect what native East Texans believe to be, or perhaps want to be, the truth about their heritage. In some instances, the tales are told to correct what the narrators believe to be the misleading or false information printed and taught about East Texas by politically correct historians. Some of the stories simply spring from Bonnetīs imagination, and are told to reflect something real about the East Texas and East Texans he has known.

 

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Contents

OTHER BOOKS BY MATTHEW BONNET
9
INTRODUCTION
11
CHAPTER ONE
13
CHAPTER TWO
17
CHAPTER THREE
20
CHAPTER FOUR
24
CHAPTER FIVE
27
CHAPTER SIX
30
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
52
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
54
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
56
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
61
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
66
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
71
CHAPTER NINETEEN
77
CHAPTER TWENTY
84

CHAPTER SEVEN
33
CHAPTER EIGHT
35
CHAPTER NINE
41
CHAPTER TEN
43
CHAPTER ELEVEN
45
CHAPTER TWELVE
49
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
89
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
95
CHAPTER TWENTYTHREE
114
CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR
122
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