Chita: A Memory of Last Island, Part 1

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Pelican Publishing, 1889 - Fathers and daughters - 204 pages
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User Review  - Praj05 - LibraryThing

Chita is a wonderful modest depiction of the copious faces of nature. Hearn who served as an editorial writer, at 'Times Democrat' (1875-1887) in New Orleans, pens a thoughtful mystic about humane ... Read full review

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I found this very dull, and had a hard time staying attentive, despite it having very good reviews and being very short. But a lot of the imagery is very good, and I didn't have to struggle to find the last page. If it had been longer, it probably would have ended up with one star. Read full review

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Contents

THE LEGEND OF LILE DERNIERE
1
OUT OF THE SEAS STRENGTH
61
THE SHADOW OF THE TIDE
129
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