Bayou Folk and A Night in Acadie are short story collections by Louisiana Creole author Kate Chopin. Many of the stories are set in Natchitoches in north-central Louisiana. The characters in stories are usually residents of Louisiana, and many are Creoles of various ethnic or racial backgrounds. Table of Contents: Bayou Folk: A No-Account Creole In and Out of Old Natchitoches In Sabine A Very Fine Fiddle Beyond the Bayou Old Aunt Peggy The Return of Alcibiade A Rude Awakening The Bênitous' Slave Désirée's Baby A Turkey Hunt Madame Célestin's Divorce Love on the Bon-Dieu Loka Boulôt and Boulotte For Marse Chouchoute A Visit to Avoyelles A Wizard from Gettysburg Ma'ame Pélagie At the 'Cadian Ball La Belle Zoraïde A Gentleman of Bayou Têche A Lady of Bayou St. John A Night in Acadie: A Night in Acadie Athénaïse After the Winter Polydore Regret A Matter of Prejudice Caline A Dresden Lady in Dixie Nég Créol The Lilies Azélie Mamouche A Sentimental Soul Dead Men's Shoes At Chênière Caminada Odalie Misses Mass Cavanelle Tante Cat'rinette A Respectable Woman Ripe Figs Ozème's Holiday
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