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  • Title: The Goodness of St. Rocque; And Other Stories
  • Author: Alice Dunbar-Nelson
  • ISBN: 9781151714985
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Paperback

  • This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1899 edition Excerpt see Mr Baptiste trudging up the street with his quaint one sided walk, bearing his dilapidated basket on one shoulder, a nondescript head cover pulled overThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1899 edition Excerpt see Mr Baptiste trudging up the street with his quaint one sided walk, bearing his dilapidated basket on one shoulder, a nondescript head cover pulled over his eyes, whistling cheerily Then he would slip in at the back door of one of his clients with a brisk, Ah, bonjour, madame Now here ees jus a 111 bit fruit, some bananas Perhaps madame would cook some for Mr Baptiste And madame, who understood and knew his ways, would fry him some of the bananas, and set it before him, a tempting dish, with a bit of madame s bread and meat and coffee thrown in for lagniappe and Mr Baptiste would depart, filled and contented, leaving the load of fruit behind as madame s pay Thus did he eat, and his clients were many, and never too tired or too cross to cook his meals and get their pay in baskets of fruit One day he slipped in at Madame Garcia s kitchen door with such a woebegone air, and slid a small sack of nearly ripe plantains on the table with such a misery laden sigh, that madame, who was fat and excitable, threw up both hands and cried out Mon Dieu, Mistare Baptiste, fo w y you look lak dat What ees de mattare For answer, Mr Baptiste shook his head gloomily and sighed again Madame Garcia moved heavily about the kitchen, putting the plantains in a cool spot and punctuating her footsteps with sundry Mon Dieux and Miseres Dose cotton ejaculated Mr Baptiste, at last Ah, mon Dieu groaned Madame Garcia, rolling her eyes heavenwards Hit will drive de fruit away he continued Misere said Madame Garcia Hit will Oui, oui, said Madame Garcia She had carefully inspected the plantains, and seeing that they were good and wholesome, was inclined to agree with anything Mr Baptiste said He grew excited Yaas,
    Alice Dunbar-Nelson
    Alice Ruth Moore Dunbar Nelson July 19, 1875 September 18, 1935 was an American poet, journalist and political activist Among the first generation born free in the South after the Civil War, she was one of the prominent African Americans involved in the artistic flourishing of the Harlem Renaissance Her first husband was the poet Paul Laurence Dunbar she then married physician Henry A Callis and last married Robert J Nelson, a poet and civil rights activist.Alice Ruth Moore was born in New Orleans to middle class parents Patricia Wright, a seamstress and former slave, and Joseph Moore, a merchant marine, who were people of color and part of the traditional multiracial Creole community of the city At a time when fewer than 1% of Americans went to college, Moore graduated from Straight University later merged into Dillard University in 1892 and started work as a teacher in the public school system of New Orleans.In 1895, her first collection of short stories and poems, Violets and Other Tales, was published by The Monthly Review About that time, Moore moved to Boston and then New York She co founded and taught at the White Rose Mission White Rose Home for Girls in Brooklyn Beginning a correspondence with the poet and journalist Paul Laurence Dunbar, she ended up moving to Washington, DC to join him when they married in 1898.From 1913 to 1914, Dunbar was coeditor and writer for the A.M.E Review, an influential church publication produced by the African Methodist Episcopal Church AME Church In 1916 she married the poet and civil rights activist Robert J Nelson She joined him in becoming active in politics in Wilmington and the region They stayed together for the rest of their lives From 1920, she coedited the Wilmington Advocate, a progressive black newspaper She also published The Dunbar Speaker and Entertainer, a literary anthology for a black audience.Alice Dunbar Nelson was an activist for African Americans and women s rights, especially during the 1920s and 1930s While she continued to write stories and poetry, she became politically active in Wilmington, and put effort into numerous articles and journalism on leading topics In 1915, she was field organizer for the Middle Atlantic states for the woman s suffrage movement In 1918, she was field representative for the Woman s Committee of the Council of Defense In 1924, Dunbar Nelson campaigned for the passage of the Dyer Anti Lynching Bill, but the Southern Democratic block in Congress defeated it.From about 1920 on, she made a commitment to journalism and was a highly successful columnist, with articles, essays and reviews appearing as well in newspapers, magazines, and academic journals She was a popular speaker and had an active schedule of lectures through these years Her journalism career originally began with a rocky start During the late 19th century, it was still unusual for women to work outside of the home, let alone an African American woman, and the journalism business was a hostile, male dominated field In her diary, she spoke about the tribulations associated with the profession of journalism Damn bad luck I have with my pen Some fate has decreed I shall never make money by it Diary 366 She discusses being denied pay for her articles and issues she had with receiving proper recognition for her work.She moved from Delaware to Philadelphia in 1932, when her husband joined the Pennsylvania Athletic Commission During this time, her health was in decline and she died from a heart ailment on September 18, 1935, at the age of sixty She is interred at the Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery in Wilmington, Delaware.She was made an honorary member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority Her papers were collected by the University of Delaware.Her diary was published in 1984 and detailed her life during the years 1921 and 1926 to 1931 Alice Dunbar Nelson As one of only two journals of 19th ce


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    Louise Carlson Stowell
    Loved this little book of short stories. It gave me an insight into life in New Orleans in the 1800's.

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