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The interesting history of Atala, the beautiful Indian of the Mississippi
FranГ§ois-RenГ© de Chateaubriand
|Statement||by M. de Chateaubriand.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 43590.|
|Contributions||Ward, Nahum, 1785-1860.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
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The interesting history of Atala, the beautiful Indian of the Mississippi by François-René de Chateaubriand,Printed by Oram and Mott edition, Microform in EnglishPages: Get this from a library.
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The interesting history of Atala, the beautiful Indian of the Mississippi. New-York: Printed by Oram and Mott. MLA Citation. Chateaubriand, Francois-Rene. and Ward, Nahum. The interesting history of Atala, the beautiful Indian of the Mississippi [microform] / by M.
de Chateaubriand Printed by Oram and Mott New-York Australian/Harvard. INTRODUCTION. A mong the illustrious names which adorn the annals of France, that of François Auguste de Chateaubriand, the author of “Atala,” “Les Martyrs,” “The Last of the Abencerages,” and many other brilliant and renowned works, occupies a proud pre-eminence.
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Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian. Like the book “All Quiet on the Western Front” that doesn’t name a specific battle, location or units, the setting for “Atala/Rene” is far removed; possibly for the safety of the author, to claim “coincidence” to whatever event was happening close to home, to prove that love and faith is universal regardless of language, color, or.
The first two novels were called Atala and René, published in and respectively. In Atala, the story involves a girl who falls in love with a Natchez Indian named Chactas, the son of the Natchez Chief. Atala (the girl) has ties to the Muscogee Indians but is a convert to Christianity.
Atala Rene et Le Dernier Abencerage By Chateaubriand () Atala – This is a short story published in and is regarded by scholars as the beginning of the romantic literature. A modern reader may evaluate this work in keeping this observation in mind.
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Chivers biographer Charles Lombard summarized the juicy story line of Atala: Chactas, an old Indian chief, meets Rene, a melancholy young Frenchman who came to the Louisiana colony to forget an unnatural love for his sister, Amelie. Chactas, reared by Lopez, an old Spaniard, is rescued from the savage Muscogulges by a beautiful Indian maid, Atala.
The History of Louisiana, or of the Western Parts of Virginia and Carolina rhetorically claimed Louisiana's history for the English by changing the title of du Pratz's book, rearranging its chapters, cutting more than half the text, and adding a long preface asserting the importance of the Mississippi Valley to the British: ``The countries here.
He was perhaps influenced by such stories as Chateaubriand's Atala and René. In general he extols the Indians in comparison with the conceited civilized Christian whites.
In one passage (p. 34) he goes so far as to praise the Indian girls at the expense of his German countrywomen. The history of the Indian nations who ranged the Ohio country is large; it has never been gathered into a single volume. It is a most important history, adjudged from all standpoints.
In "the history of the forest," Pittsburgh and our region afford material for many volumes. Atala: The White Island "Ahura Mazda warns Yima, the first king of men, of the approach of a dire winter, which is to destroy every living creature by covering the land with a thick sheet of ice, and advises Yima to build a Vara, or an enclosure, to preserve the seeds of every kind of animal and plant."Author: Oilismastery.The copy and paste problem in fringe history has been with us mostly since the inception of low-quality popular history.
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