Marshland Trinity

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Three Louisiana stories of the Cajun experience during the 1950s told from the respective points of view of an aged trapper trapper on a pigogue chase of a mass murderer through vast marshes; an adolescent boy from a trapping, cattle-raising, farming family discovering his true place in the cosmos; and a young boy thrust into the painful ambiguities of McCarthyism and the Korean War. More

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Words: 155,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452464275
About Chris Segura

Chris Segura has worked as a freelance and staff journalist, short-story writer and novelist on five continents. He currently lives and writes in Abbeville, Louisiana, where he was born.


Chris Segura Contemporary Cajun Writer
This video was first recorded in 1983 and updated in 2011 to include the author's upgrade to e-book publishing. It features an interview of Segura by Carl Wooten in connection with the Deep South Writers Conference, a rousing crawfish boil with the author taking part in the the musical entertainment and wonderful shots of rural Cajun country.

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Review by: Edward F. LeBlanc, Jr. on Nov. 20, 2011 :
Magnificent. Segura is a fabulous writer, his stories enduring, polished.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)

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