Where the Word Ends: The Life of Louis Moreau Gottschalk

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LSU Press, Jul 1, 1977 - Music - 296 pages
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Contents

New Orleans
9
The Prodigy
20
The Father
38
Monsieur Stamaty
47
Monsieur Orfila
60
Bamboula
70
The Artist
80
Switzerland
89
The Last Hope
142
Ada Clare
150
Ojos Criollos
172
The Brother
198
President Lincoln
207
San Francisco
218
The Exile
229
Finale
240

The Critics
97
Spain
105
National Glory
120
Boston
135
The Memory
247
Bibliographical Note
255
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About the author (1977)

Vernon Loggins is well-known as a professional critic, critic, biographer, fiction writer, and teacher. He received his A.G. from the University of Texas, his A.M. from the University of Chicago and his Ph.D. from Columbia University. He also studied at the University of Montpellier, France, and the Sorbonne. He has been a faculty member at Chicago, Minnesota, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, New York University, Brooklyn College, Columbia, and, in France, at the Universities of Lillie and Strasbourg. His published books include: Chasons du Midi, The Negro Author, American Literature, I Hear America, Two Romantics, and The Hawthornes.

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