The Feast of All Saints

Author(s): Anne Rice


In the days before the Civil War in the old French Quarter of New Orleans there lived the "gens de couleur', the Free People of Colour, a fierce and proud people, descended from slaves and their French and Spanish owners, neither Black nor White, but caught between the two - free and yet not free. Among them is Michael, the mesmeric copper -skinned youth, mercurial, attractive, wild: an artist in the making, he dreams of Paris, and the lure of a brand new art, Daguerreotype. His gentle sister Marie longs for love and marriage in a world ready to sell her charms to the highest bidder. And there is Anita Bella, the beautiful young courtesan; and Dolly Rose, the splendid madame; and Christophe, the brilliant young teacher who has returned from Paris with dangerous ideas. The author of Interview With The Vampire has written a novel as exotic,exciting, colourful and sensuous as the French Quarter itself.

1997. A near fine, unmarked copy.


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General Fields

  • : 9780099269472
  • : Arrow Books
  • : Arrow Books
  • : December 1997
  • : 180mm X 113mm X 34mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 640
  • : 813.54
  • : New edition
  • : Paperback
  • : Anne Rice