Chita: A Memory of Last Island

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Univ. Press of Mississippi, 1961 - Fathers and daughters - 141 pages
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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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The Legend of Lile Derniere
3
Out of the Seas Strength
34
The Shadow of the Tide
70
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Page 7 - ... above which rises the angular ruddy mass of the old brick fort, whose ditches swarm with crabs, and whose sluiceways are half choked by obsolete cannon-shot, now thickly covered with incrustation of oyster shells. . . . Around all the gray circling of a shark-haunted sea. . . . Sometimes of autumn evenings there, when the hollow of heaven flames like the interior of a chalice, and waves and clouds are flying in one wild rout of broken gold — you may see the tawny grasses all covered with something...

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