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Chopin House 2

We stopped at 1413 Louisiana Avenue, the third New Orleans residence of Mr. and Mrs. Chopin; their first two homes, one on Magazine St. and another on Constantinople St., no longer exist.  It was fun to sit and stare at the second story side balcony and wonder how much time Kate Chopin spent in that spot developing the thoughts and images of the characters that would come to life in "The Awakening."   

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