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The Creoles of History and the Creoles of Romance: A Lecture Delivered in the Hall of the Tulane University, New Orleans (Classic Reprint) #2020

The Creoles of History and the Creoles of Romance A Lecture Delivered in the Hall of the Tulane University New Orleans Classic Reprint Excerpt from The Creoles of History and the Creoles of Romance A Lecture Delivered in the Hall of the Tulane University New Orleans In every nation the human language has modified itself in the cours

  • Title: The Creoles of History and the Creoles of Romance: A Lecture Delivered in the Hall of the Tulane University, New Orleans (Classic Reprint)
  • Author: Charles Gayarre
  • ISBN: 9781331520900
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Creoles of History and the Creoles of Romance: A Lecture Delivered in the Hall of the Tulane University, New Orleans (Classic Reprint) By Charles Gayarre, Excerpt from The Creoles of History and the Creoles of Romance A Lecture Delivered in the Hall of the Tulane University, New Orleans In every nation the human language has modified itself in the course of time The spelling and pronunciation of many words have changed their original meaning has frequently become obscure and misapplied But few have met so striking a tranExcerpt from The Creoles of History and the Creoles of Romance A Lecture Delivered in the Hall of the Tulane University, New Orleans In every nation the human language has modified itself in the course of time The spelling and pronunciation of many words have changed their original meaning has frequently become obscure and misapplied But few have met so striking a transformation as the word criollo in Spanish, and criole in French, at least in these United States, it not in any other part of the world for it conveys to the immense majority of the Americans of Anglo Saxon origin a meaning that is the very reverse of its primitive signification Without going into a learned etymological investigation about it, I will content myself with stating that, according to the definitions given by the dictionaries of the French and Spanish Academies, which, as to language, are, as of much final authority as the the Supreme Court of the United States in matters of law, creole means the issue of European parents in Spanish or French colonies It was first invented by the Spaniards to distinguish their children, natives of their conquered colonial possessions, from the original natives whom they found in those newly discovered regions of the earth Criollo was derived from the verb criar create , and used only to designate the Spanish created natives, who were not to he confounded with the aborigines with beings of an unknown origin with the mahogany tinted small fry of God s creation Therefore to be a criollo was to possess a sort of title of honor a title which could only be the birthright of the superior white race About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at forgottenbooks This book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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    1. It is terribly difficult to not be guilty of presentism when reading books like this The lecture, presented at Tulane University in 1885, was the author s rather scathing endictment of George Washington Cable s 1880 novel entitled The Grandissimes A Story of Creole Life What Gayarr takes exception to than anything else is Cable s presentation of Louisiana Creoles being of mixed blood the lecture s sole purpose is to say that Creoles were inherently white people The author maintains that the inf [...]

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