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Tales of the Sabine Borderlands: Early Louisiana and Texas Fiction by Théodore Pavie: Early Louisiana and Texas Fiction by Theodore Pavie (CENTENNIAL ... OF FORMER STUDENTS, TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY) - Betje Black Klier, Anne C. Marsh, Philip Stewart
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Editor-Dr. Betje Black Klier Ph.D.; Translator-Anne C. Marsh; Translator-Philip Stewart; Translator-Alexandra K. Wettlaufer:

Tales of the Sabine Borderlands: Early Louisiana and Texas Fiction by Theodore Pavie (Centennial Series of the Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University) - hardcover

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Tales of the Sabine Borderlands

In February, 1830, eighteen-year-old Theodore Pavie traveled west on the Camino Real from Natchitoches, in the new state of Louisiana, to Nacogdoches, Texas, which remained under Mexican rule. Events of his trip inspired him to write stories rich in details of the Louisiana-Texas border region after he returned to France."Le Negre" depicts the internal dynamics of a Louisiana slave community in an elemental tale of good versus evil. Pavie contrasts the nobility of the tragic hero, once a tribal chief in Africa, with the inhumanity of his white overseer."Le Lazo" is one of the first pieces of Texas or Western literature. It is an enigmatic blend of reportage and imagination reflecting the effects of the Fredonian Rebellion of 1827, the Spanish invasion of Mexico in 1829, and the passage of the Law of 6 April 1830, which triggered the next phase of Anglo rebellion against Mexican authorities in Texas. The Mexican protagonist Antonio enters into conflict with the Creole commander of the presidio at Nacogdoches, Col. Jose de las Piedras. Both men pursue rosary-clutching Clara, who represents the vessel of the new era to come.Pavie brings to life a diverse and rapidly evolving society between Nacogdoches and Natchitoches. The fear inspired by Texas' unstable political situation in the 1820s drives the action of "The Bearskin, " which takes place in Louisiana where shock waves are felt in the planter society."El Cachupin" tells of the full-blooded Spaniard, Pepo, and his Creole wife, Jacinta, who had been successfully established in Texas, only to be chased across the Sabine by increasing political hostilities in Mexico. East of the river, a lonely planter (probably a remnant ofthe pirate Lafitte's band) and his concubine take them in and alter their fate.After Pavie's death in 1896, his works slipped into quiet oblivion until Betje Black Klier discovered his travel journal and letters in the late 1980s. Both Pavie and his modern biographer-edit

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780890968376
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0890968373
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: Texas A & M University Press
128 Pages
Weight: 0,408 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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Detail page last modified on 2022-03-08T22:28:12+00:00 (London)
ISBN/EAN: 0890968373

ISBN - alternate spelling:
0-89096-837-3, 978-0-89096-837-6


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