玛芮拉芙传
She Walks on Gilded Splinters

  • 作   者:

    Gene Dwyer

  • 出版社:

    鸣岚国际智识股份有限公司

  • 语   言:

    英文

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我要用我镀金碎片,去揭穿你的罪恶。

Marie Laveau of New Orleans is recognized as one of the most influential women of 19th Century North America. The life and legend of this Voodoo Priestess has been clouded in mystery. Her followers in the American South witnessed her supernatural powers of healing and casting spells prior to the Civil War and then during Reconstruction. Her legend, including her immortality, is even stronger and more complex. Thousands come to her New Orleans mausoleum every year to ask favors and pay homage. “She Walks On Gilded Splinters” is the never before told story of Marie Laveau, her life and legend uncensored. She lives today and time and disease will never claim her. “She Walks On Gilded Splinters” is a mixture of historical fact and the legend of this powerful woman. Explore 16th Century Africa and New Orleans, with a riveting opening chapter in Selma, Alabama on March 7, 1965, a watershed day in the American Civil Rights movement. The story of Marie Laveau takes the reader down a road built by racism, and the horrors inherent. This unique novel is an intricate murder mystery following retribution for the sins of past generations set against the history and consequences of the slave trade.

新奥尔良的玛丽•拉文(Marie Laveau)被认为是19世纪北美最有影响力的女性。她是伏都教的一名神职人员,其生平传说已被神秘化。其追随者在美国南部见证了她重建家园的卓越能力,在内战时期见证了她对和平的渴望。她的传奇故事随着时间的流逝变得越来越深入人心,也变得越来越复杂。每年都有成千上万的人来到她在新奥尔良的陵墓前表达缅怀和敬意。《她走在镀金的碎片之上》讲述了玛丽•拉文之前未被证实过的传说故事,在故事中,她不受时空的限制,冲破疾病的困扰,加入了历史史实,探索了16世纪的非洲和新奥尔良,并以1965年3月7日在阿拉巴马州塞尔玛举行的铆钉开幕式为开篇,那是美国民权运动的一个分水岭。玛丽•拉文(Marie Laveau)的故事让读者反思了民族主义下国家发展的恶性循坏及其内在的弊端。这部小说以谋杀之谜为线索,追溯了过去几代人的罪恶,反对罪恶的奴隶贸易,这正是其独特之处。

Marie Laveau of New Orleans is recognized as one of the most influential women of 19th Century North America. The life and legend of this Voodoo Priestess has been clouded in mystery. Her followers in the American South witnessed her supernatural powers of healing and casting spells prior to the Civil War and then during Reconstruction. Her legend, including her immortality, is even stronger and more complex. Thousands come to her New Orleans mausoleum every year to ask favors and pay homage. “She Walks On Gilded Splinters” is the never before told story of Marie Laveau, her life and legend uncensored. She lives today and time and disease will never claim her. “She Walks On Gilded Splinters” is a mixture of historical fact and the legend of this powerful woman. Explore 16th Century Africa and New Orleans, with a riveting opening chapter in Selma, Alabama on March 7, 1965, a watershed day in the American Civil Rights movement. The story of Marie Laveau takes the reader down a road built by racism, and the horrors inherent. This unique novel is an intricate murder mystery following retribution for the sins of past generations set against the history and consequences of the slave trade.

  • Dedication

  • Selma, Alabama, Sunday 7, March 1965

  • West Africa, Monday, 21 May 1590

  • West Africa, Wednesday, 23 May 1590

  • Atlantic Coast-West Africa, Monday, 28 May 1590

  • New Orleans, Friday, 22 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Saturday, St. John's Eve, 23 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Saturday, St. John's Eve, 23 June 1990

  • Atlantic Coast-West Africa, Tuesday, 29 May 1590

  • New Orleans, Sunday, 24 June 1990

  • Gulf of Mexico, Tuesday, 20 June 1815

  • New Orleans, Thursday, 22 June 1815

  • New Orleans, Sunday, 5:20 AM., 24 June 1990

  • New Orleans Friday, St. John's Eve, 23 June 1815

  • New Orleans, Monday, 25 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Friday, St. John's Eve, 23 June 1815

  • New Orleans, Monday, 25 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Monday, 25 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Monday, 25 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Thursday, 28 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Saturday, St. John's Eve, 23 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Friday, 29 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Saturday, 30 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Saturday, 30 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Sunday, 1 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Monday, 29 November 1790

  • New Orleans, Friday, 22 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Sunday, 1 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Thursday, 28 June 1990

  • New Orleans, Sunday, 1 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Sunday, 1 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Sunday, 1 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Sunday, 1 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Monday, 2 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Monday, 2 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Monday, 2 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Tuesday, 3 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Friday, 6 July 1990

  • New Orleans, Saturday, 7 July 1990

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