A Night in Acadie by Kate Chopin

Dodo Press

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A widely acclaimed, frequently anthologized story, 'A Night in Acadie' it is set in antebellum New Orleans and deals with slavery, the Southern social system, Creole culture, and the ambiguity of racial identity.

About the Author

Kate Chopin (1850-1904) is an American writer born in St. Louis, MO who is known for her stories about bold women forging paths contrary to social expectation. She published almost 100 short stories as well as the novel The Awakening, which was widely condemned upon publication but is today regarded to be one of her greatest achievements. She was a influential author who introduced powerful female characters to the American literacy world. 

Product Specifications

Published by Dodo Press, 2010. Paperback, 200 pages.