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Notes

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  2. ^ a b Chopin, Kate. The Story of an Hour
  3. ^ Fred Lewis Pattee. A History of American Literature Since 1870. Harvard University Press. p. 364. 
  4. ^ Bonde, Tollette Inge (1989). Dictionary of Literary Biography. Detroit: Gale. 
  5. ^ Welborn, Vickie (1888-10-01). "Loss of Kate Chopin House to fire 'devastating'". The Town Talk. 
  6. ^ Toth, Emily (1990). "Reviews the essay 'The Shadows of the First Biographer: The Case of Kate Chopin'". Southern Review (26). 
  7. ^ Seyersted, Per (1985). Kate Chopin: A Critical Biography. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State UP. ISBN 0-8071-0678-X. 
  8. ^ Walker, Nancy (2001). Kate Chopin: A Literary Life. Palgrave Publishers. 
  9. ^ Toth, Emily (1990). Kate Chopin. William Morrow & Company, Inc. 
  10. ^ a b c Le Marquand, Jane. "Kate Chopin as Feminist: Subverting the French Androcentric Influence". Deep South 2 (1996)
  11. ^ Kate Chopin: A Re-Awakening. "Interview: Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Emory University". 14 March 2008
  12. ^ Foy, R.R. (1991). "Chopin's Desiree's Baby". Explicatory (49). pp. 222–224. 
  13. ^ "Beth Courtney: President and Chief Executive Officer". beta.lpb.org. Retrieved September 25, 2010. 
  14. ^ "Treme - as a season ends, so does a life", The Atlantic, June 2010, accessed 25 June 2014
  15. ^ St. Louis Walk of Fame. "St. Louis Walk of Fame Inductees". stlouiswalkoffame.org. Retrieved 25 April 2013. 
  16. ^ "Kate Chopin Bust Unveiled". West End Word. Retrieved 8 January 2014. 

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