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On Roanoke Island once strode the greatest sea captains of England's finest era. In honor of the colonists who traveled down to North Carolina from Jamestown to colonize the Albemarle, The North Carolina Garden Club will build an Elizabethan Garden in the primitive soil of Roanoke Island.
A number of new works such as labyrinths, pleached alleys, and espaliered trees, will be added to the vocabulary of North Carolinians, as the Elizabethan Garden project undertaken by the Garden Club of North Carolina gets under way.
North Carolina novelist Inglis Fletcher discusses one of the adventures she finds in writing historical novels--the characters' conduct. The author never quite knows what they will do or how they will behave. Sometimes characters just take over the novel and head off doing and saying things the author hadn't planned.