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20421
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A new novel by Wilton Barnhardt highlights Charlotte as the prime example of the New South city.
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31678
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This year, many North Carolina writers published award-winning books. There was a total of fifty-six books entered in the competitions for which awards were presented during Culture Week, November 12-16. This article highlights the winning books and provides background on each of the authors.
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34413
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Author Charles Frazier, born in Asheville and raised in Cherokee County, has a deep family ancestry in the Appalachian region of North Carolina. Frazier’s first novel, Cold Mountain, was a depiction of Appalachia, its culture and people. His latest work, Varina, is a biography of Varina Davis, wife of Confederate President Jefferson Davis, and delves into the culpability of the Civil War and the South’s legacy of slavery.
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35446
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Kathleen Morehouse wrote Rain on the Just in the latter half of the nineteenth century, about the fictional Allen family in Wilkesboro, NC. A synopsis of the novel is given, and then the elements of folklore, particularly folk speech, are identified and discussed.