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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

George Washington Cable (1844–1925)

Cable, George Washington. An American novelist; born in New Orleans, LA, Oct. 12, 1844; died in 1925. After the Civil War he began to contribute sketches to newspapers, and afterward published stories in magazines. Among his published works are: ‘Old Creole Days’ (1879); ‘The Grandissimes’ (1880); ‘Madame Delphine’ (1881); ‘Dr. Sevier’ (1883); ‘The Creoles of Louisiana’ (1884); ‘The Silent South’ (1885); ‘John March, Southerner’; ‘Bonaventure’; ‘Strange, True Stories of Louisiana’; ‘The Busy Man’s Bible’; ‘The Negro Question’; ‘Strong Hearts’; ‘The Cavalier’; ‘Bylow Hill’ (1902); ‘Kincaid’s Battery’ (1908); ‘Gideon’s Band’ (1914). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).