8 edition of The Grandissimes. found in the catalog.
|Statement||With illus. by Albert Herter.|
|LC Classifications||PS1244 .G6 1899|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 491 p.|
|Number of Pages||491|
|LC Control Number||99005045|
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The Grandissimes by George Washington Cable was published in after first appearing as a serial novel and tells the tale of two Creole families in early New Orleans. I was disappointed that my Kindle edition didn't include the illustrations that accompany the original book. However, I looked them up on 4/5(6).
About this Item: NY, Scribners,1st edition with the full-page illustrations (with tissue guards) by Albert Herter, /4"x10", gray cloth with color water lily design on front cover, about good, old minor dampmarks on bottom outer edges of the pages (from the title page through p and on the outer edges of further pages in the middle of the rippling, mildew, stuck pages.
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The Grandissimes is an excellent novel, intertwining, cross-racial familial bloodlines and feuds with political and economic concerns/5.
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The Grandissimes: A Story of Creole Life New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, Summary George Washington Cable, one of the most influential American writers during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, was born Octo in New Orleans to George W. Cable, Sr.
and Rebecca Boardman Cable. The Grandissimes: A Story of Creole Life is an historical romance novel by George Washington story follows the New Orleans Grandissime family in the time immediately following the. Although the book is at points tenuous, the characters are vibrant and interesting enough to keep the plot moving along.
Of course, the most controversial aspect of The Grandissimes is the ending, which many feel is a let down after pages and pages of emotional build-up. Without giving anything away, the finals pages are somewhat of a Cited by: 29 rows The Grandissimes: a story of Creole life by George Washington Cable; 28 editions; First.
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Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard® Price: $ InCable published his first novel, The Grandissimes: A Story of Creole Life, portraying multiracial members and different classes of society in the early s shortly after the Louisiana had first been serialized in Scribner's.
The plot follows the adventures and romances of several members of the Grandissime family, a French Creole family with mixed-race : OctoNew Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
About The Grandissimes. Setting forth formidable arguments for racial equality, Cable’s novel of feuding Creole families in early nineteenth-century New Orleans. Image 40 of The Grandissimes, 28 THE GRANDISSIMES. Fusiliers in Louisiana.
Fusiliers in Louisiana. But the true, main Grandissime stock, on which the Fusiliers did early, ever, and yet do, love to marry, has kept itself lily-white ever since France. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cable, George Washington, Grandissimes.
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His most successful literary work is The Grandissimes (), which has been compared in power and scope to the fiction of William Faulkner. The novel is somewhat marred by obvious editorializing and some wooden characterization, but it contains powerful scenes and deals with racial injustice, a subject all but taboo in the fiction of the time.4/5(1).
Grandissime means most grand, in a vaguely Latin-French-fusion sort of way; and therefore, Grandissime serves as an appropriate surname for the family of Louisiana grandees whose saga is chronicled by the New Orleans writer George Washington Cable in his novel The Grandissimes/5().
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Choose the part of The Grandissimes which you want to read from the table of contents to get started. The Grandissimes A Story of Creole Life (Book): Cable, George Washington. The Grandissimes by George Washington Cable was published in after first appearing as a serial novel and tells the tale of two Creole families in early New Orleans.
I was disappointed that my Kindle edition didn't include the illustrations that accompany the original book. However, I looked them up on 4/5(1).
In an important sense, George W. Cable's The Grandissimes () may be said to be the first "modern" Southern novel. For if the modern Southern novel has been characterized by its uncompromising attempt to deal honestly with the complexity of Southern racial experience, then The Grandissimes was the first important work of fiction written by a Southerner in which that intention is manifested.
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"First published in the United States of America by Charles Scribner's Sons, ". Title:: The Grandissimes: Author:: Cable, George Washington, Illustrator:: Herter, Albert, Note: edition: Link: Gutenberg text and. Grandissimes) standing idle and shabby in the arcade of the Cabildo and on the banquettes of Maspero's and the Veau-qui-tete; he saw red-eyed young men in the Exchange denouncing a man who, they said, had, ostensibly for conscience's sake, but really for love, forced upon the woman he had hoped to marry a fortune filched from his own kindred.
Grandissimes could gather on a birthday afternoon; and the belvidere, whence you could see the cathedral, the Ursulines', the governor's mansion, and the river, far away, shining between the villas of Tchoupitoulas Coast--all have disappeared as entirely beyond recall as the flowers that bloomed in the gardens on the day of this _fete de.
The Grandissimes by George Washington Cable Part 3 out of 8. homepage; Index of The Grandissimes; Previous part (2) Next part (4) thrice, rose, drew a step backward, sank upon the other knee, rapped thrice, rose again, stepped backward, knelt the third time, the third time rapped, and then, rising, murmured a vow to pour upon the.
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Get this Book. Find in a library.Grandissimes, The, a story of Creole life, by George W. Cable. The Grandissimes, whose fortunes are here told, are one of the leading families in Louisiana.
The bead of the family is Honoré, a banker. He has an older half-brother, a quadroon, of the same name, to whom the father leaves the bulk of his property.The Grandissimes: A Story of Creole Life by George Washington Cable starting at $ The Grandissimes: A Story of Creole Life has 16 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace5/5(1).