Kate Chopin : a study of the short fiction /

"Bernard Koloski, who has explored the works of Kate Chopin for more than 25 years, argues that the writer's biculturalism, bilingualism, and life among intelligent, questioning people are the sources of her extraordinary vision, originality, and compassion as a short story writer...In a seamless, g... Full description

Main Author: Koloski, Bernard, 1937-
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : London : Twayne Pub. ; Ã1996.
Series: Twayne's studies in short fiction ; no. 65.
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Airport Campus Library - General

Call Number: PS1294 .C63 K65 1996
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