Barry Jean Ancelet
© Philip Gould
Barry Jean Ancelet is Professor Emeritus of Francophone Studies and a Lifetime Center for Louisiana Studies Fellow at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He has given papers, published numerous articles and several books, and produced concerts, festivals, records, museum exhibitions, documentary films, and television and radio programs on various aspects of Louisiana French language and culture. He and his alter ego Jean Arceneaux are currently serving as Poète Lauréat de la Louisiane Francophone (2018-2020).
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B...pour Bayou: Un abecedaire cadien
Has heartbreak broken her for good?
In the heart of the Bayou, where the Cipre rises from the swamp, a Cocodrie slumbers. Can you see it, as you perch in your Arbre a poules? In Nenaine's kitchen, the aroma of Debris and Jambalaya fills the air.
B pour bayou is a Louisiana French alphabet book originally conceived by late, great Cajun French language advocate, Richard Guidry.
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