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34641
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This article focuses on interviews conducted with Robert Morgan, a native North Carolina author of historical fiction. He discusses his choice to make the main character a woman, the balance he must create between the character’s point of view and the history of the battle, and his inspirations throughout his writing career.
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34696
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In the 1930’s, playwright Paul Green attempted to create a play regarding the Lost Colony of Roanoke in North Carolina. The story known by most people does not include the ending, however, and even today, there is debate about what happened to the colonists. Paul Green changed his endings several times, the last of which in 1980’s left on a more hopeful note. This article goes into detail about what prompted each of these changes and how they were interpreted by the audiences.
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North Carolina Literary Review (NoCar PS 266 N8 N66x), Vol. 27 Issue , 2018, p52-71, il, por, f Periodical Website
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34640
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Native North Carolinian author Wiley Cash is interviewed for this article. Writer of A Land More Kind than Home, Cash discusses the inspiration behind the novel, why he chose to set it in North Carolina, and his approach to addressing issues that he sees in religion, power, and family dynamics.
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North Carolina Literary Review (NoCar PS 266 N8 N66x), Vol. 22 Issue 1, 2013, p92-104, il, por, f Periodical Website
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34644
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At the beginning of World War II, Arthur Miller, before he became a world-renowned playwright, recorded interviews with civilians in North Carolina. Outside of Wilmington, he discussed the impacts on the shipping industry, African-American workers and strikes, and wartime attitudes against fascism. The interviews comment on the industry and population boom brought in by the wartime effort, as well as lament the loss of small-town life and cultural changes.
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North Carolina Literary Review (NoCar PS 266 N8 N66x), Vol. 23 Issue 1, 2014, p48-59, il, por, f Periodical Website
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23316
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Ellis considers Charles Chestnutt's 1905 novel that discussed the failure of Reconstruction in North Carolina.
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23315
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Ellis considers Charles Chestnutt's 1905 novel that discussed the failure of Reconstruction in North Carolina.
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34639
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Gustavo Perez Firmat, a “Cuban exile” living in the United States, discusses his parents move from Cuba to the U.S. to wait out the Castro regime. After decades waiting, Gustavo moved to North Carolina, where his two biggest influences were I Love Lucy and The Andy Griffith Show; one shows a fellow Cuban living in America, the other shows small-town North Carolina life.
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North Carolina Literary Review (NoCar PS 266 N8 N66x), Vol. 22 Issue 1, 2013, p74-83, il, por, f Periodical Website
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21143
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In this retrospective, author Fred Chappell looks back on movie theaters in Canton, North Carolina where he grew up. Movies were on of the largest diversions for youths during the 1940s and 1950s, and Canton was fortunate enough to have two different movie theaters, The Colonial and The Strand, the two movie houses that helped him grow up.
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18609
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Author Charles Frazier reflects on his experiences with the adaptation of his critically acclaimed novel Cold Mountain into a full length feature film. While doing so Frazier explores what the screenwriter owes the novelist and the fundamental differences between the novel and film.
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6228
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This is the first of a series of columns that will briefly profile North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in or about the state. Patterson produces a short sketch of each writer, including place of birth, other occupations, and works published.
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6223
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This ongoing series of columns briefly profiles North Carolina writers as well as those who have written in or about the state. Patterson provides a short sketch of each writer, including birthplace, additional occupations, and works published. Also included is a column on Mebane Holomon Burgwyn, published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER at the time of her death in 1992.
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6224
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In this third installment, Patterson continues his series profiling North Carolina writers as well as those who have written in and about the state. He provides a short sketch of each writer, including birthplace, additional occupations, and works published.
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6225
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Patterson continues his series profiling North Carolina writers as well as those who have written in and about the state. In this installment he also includes writers A-D who were not listed in the first three columns.
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6226
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Patterson continues his series profiling North Carolina writers as well as those who have written in and about the state. Included in this latest installment are Julie Fay, Julia Fields, John Hope Franklin, and Kaye Gibbons.
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6214
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Patterson continues this series profiling North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in or about the state. Included in this latest installment are Carl Goerch, Jaki Green, Paul Green, Allan Gurganus, and Alonzo Cleveland Hall.
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