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THE COLLECTED SHORT STORIES OF KATE CHOPIN is a collection of 72 short stories by Southern writer Kate Chopin. This collection includes a number of her more well known works, including her controversial 'Desiree's Baby,' a tale of miscegenation set in Antebellum Louisiana.

This collection is DRM free and includes an active table of contents for easy navigation.

• Beyond The Bayou
• Ma’ame Pelagie
• Desiree’s Baby
• A Respectable Woman
• The Kiss
• A Pair of Silk Stockings
• The Locket
• A Reflection
• The Story of an Hour
• A December Day in Dixie
• A Dresden Lady in Dixie
• A Family Affair
• A Gentleman of Bayou Têche
• A Harbinger
• A Horse Story
• A Lady of Bayou St. John
• A Little Country Girl
• A Little Free Mulatto
• A Matter of Prejudice
• A Mental Suggestion
• A Morning Walk
• A Night in Acadie
• A No-Account Creole
• A Point at Issue
• A Rude Awakening
• A Sentimental Soul
• A Shameful Affair
• A Turkey Hunt
• A Very Fine Fiddle
• A Visit to Avoyelles
• A Wizard from Gettysburg
• After the Winter
• An Egyptian Cigarette
• An Idle Fellow
• At Chênière Caminada
• At the ‘Cadian Ball
• Athénaïse
• Azélie
• Boulôt and Boulotte
• Caline
• Cavanelle
• Dead Men’s Shoes
• Doctor Chevalier’s Lie
• Emancipation: A Life Fable
• For Marse Chouchoute
• Her Letters
• In and Out of Old Natchitoches
• In Sabine
• Juanita
• La Belle Zoraïde
• Lilacs
• Loka
• Love on the Bon-Dieu
• Madame Célestin's Divorce
• Mamouche
• Miss McEnders
• Nég Créol
• Odalie Misses Mass
• Old Aunt Peggy
• Ozème's Holiday
• Polydore
• Regret
• Ripe Figs
• Tante Cat'rinette
• The Bênitous' Slave
• The Blind Man
• The Lilies
• The Night Came Slowly
• The Recovery
• The Return of Alcibiade
• The Storm
• The Unexpected
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013743496
  • Publisher: Halcyon Press Ltd.
  • Publication date: 1/12/2012
  • Series: Halcyon Classics , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 796,658
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Kate Chopin (born Katherine O'Flaherty) (1851-1904) was an American writer known for her short stories of Southern, particularly Cajun, life. Born in St. Louis to a French-descended mother, Chopin's works were often set in New Orleans or Natchitoches. Within a decade of her death, Chopin was widely recognized as one of the leading writers of her time, and she is now considered to be a forerunner or earlier representative of 20th century feminist literature.
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