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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:60
  • eBook ISBN:9781620954867

Baptiste Hebert, Legendary Cajun

by Alces P. Adams

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Overview
A short and humorous novel telling the story of the greatest Cajun that never was.
Description
A short and humorous novel telling the tale of the greatest Cajun that never was. Jokes and tall tales form the skeleton of a story fleshed out with a light-hearted narrative showing the culture of the Cajuns, a people known for their joie de vie and let-the-good-times-roll attitude, in operation. Anyone in the least bit interested with this American subculture should welcome this chance to learn more about Cajuns while being thoroughly entertained.
About the author

Alces P. Adams is a Cajun whose life straddles the Atchafalaya River. He lives in Cut Off, Louisiana, but heads to the West every chance he gets to partake of the active Cajun scene there. He has never been wed and is not aware of having fathered any children. Adams attended LSU for three years and holds a Bachelor of General Studies with a history minor from Nicholls State University. Adams worked as a freelance writer for The Lafourche Gazette for six years and published a hard-copy Cajun history called "Not Forgotten, Not Gone" in 2004.

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