While it may seem facile, the silliness of the insult belies a more serious truth, that is, the importance of the freedom of movement to both Testut and the characters he creates. Characters are constantly separating and reuniting, leaving for Alabama, New York, California, Guadeloupe and even France and then coming back to New Orleans.
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This sentiment is expressed particularly well in a scene where Louis strolls along the deck of a ship on his way from New Orleans to Mobile, where Anna awaits him. By this time in his life, he has already traveled extensively: from Paris to New York to California and now this short trip to Mobile is the final leg of a long series of ordeals adventures.
As Louis strolls along the deck of the ship, the narrator comments:. Like Louis, Charles loves the land he is leaving but does not experience nostalgia or regret, two sentiments that often accompany exile.
These types will appear many times throughout the long narrative, and the various ways in which they deal with their exile becomes a recurring theme. For Testut in the United States, on the other hand, the issue of class mobility is much less problematic. Although his gaze is constantly turned backwards towards the metropole, he shows he has ambiguous feelings about his status as an exile. He occupies the liminal space between exile and colonizer. Baron Ludwig von Reizenstein. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, Gaux et de L.
Dutuit, editeurs, The American Antiquarian Society. Worcester, MA. For the remainder of the paper, citations from this work will be given in volume and page number. Presses Universitaires de Paris et Laval, Bibliography of the French Newspapers and Periodicals of Louisiana. Worcester, Mass.
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