Do You Know New Orleans?

Do you know the French Quarter?

St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square
St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square

Do you know it more than Mardis Gras Day?

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Learning still

Do you know it as a literary place?

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Faulkner House Books
Pirate's Alley
Pirate’s Alley where William Faulkner lived and wrote
Bookstore in Pirate's Alley
The city of Tennessee Williams and John Kennedy O’Toole

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What are your images of Katrina? Do you know how quickly the danger arose? Do you know over half of those who died in New Orleans were over 75 years old? Do you know how New Orleanians sprang into action to save themselves?

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On our day spent in the Quarter, we learned. We were reminded of what we already knew. We had fun. We fell more in love with New Orleans.

The famous cornstalk fence, even more famous for being the place my husband stayed when he ran away from home at age 16 and rode the train to New Orleans
The famous cornstalk fence, even more famous for being the place where my husband stayed when he ran away from home at age 16 and rode the train to New Orleans

 

 

 

Exploring New Orleans, Exploring the French Quarter, St. Louis Cathedral, Tennessee Williams in the French Quarter, William Faulkner in the French Quarter

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