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'A New Playwright of Tragic Power and Poetic Impulse': Paul Eliot Green at UNC-Chapel Hill in the 1920's

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This article examines the early years of the life and career of playwright Paul Eliot Green through 1927, when he left the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill after winning the Pulitzer Prize for his play \"In Abraham's Bosom.\" A white Southerner, Green wrote plays about poor blacks, mill workers, and rural whites and stirred controversy with essays on Southern culture and society.
North Carolina Historical Review (NoCar F251 .N892), Vol. 72 Issue 3, July 1995, p277-300, il, por, f