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1502
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Johnston County native and resident Margaret Maron is a prolific and prestigious writer of mystery novels. Her eleventh, Shooting at Loons, will be published this year.
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1501
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Paul Green's numerous talents and interests make efforts to label him difficult. One of his pursuits was documentation of the language and folklore of his native North Carolina, particularly the Cape Fear Valley.
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1504
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Gilmore exposes the intertwined nature of Thomas Dixon, Jr.'s life and his art by analyzing Dixon's The Leopard's Spots (1902) and some of his other works, particularly The Clansman (1905) and The Sins of the Father (1912).
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North Carolina Literary Review (NoCar PS 266 N8 N66x), Vol. 2 Issue 1, Spring 1994, p87-101, il, por, bibl, f Periodical Website
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1503
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Steelman recounts the story of the 1898 Wilmington race riot, including a sketch of the history of prior race relations in the city and a discussion of the story's tangled historiography.
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1505
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Rostar presents a biographical look at the public life of Walter Hines Page, focusing on his pre-1913 career as a writer and editor.
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North Carolina Literary Review (NoCar PS 266 N8 N66x), Vol. 2 Issue 1, Spring 1994, p103-107, il, por, bibl Periodical Website
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1506
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Charles Chesnutt, Ohio-born though a Fayetteville resident from 1866 until the early 1880s, sought to educate whites on racial issues by use of the written word. His books present the Afro-American view of southern life.
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1637
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Hampton catalogs the small magazines and literary journals currently published in North Carolina and offers capsule reviews of each publication.
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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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Weymouth, novelist James Boyd's home in Southern Pines, was a meeting place for the Boyds and many of the country's best writers in the 1920s and 30s. Today Weymouth is divided into two parts: Weymouth Woods Sandhills Nature Preserve and the Weymouth Center for the Arts and Humanities.