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Doris Betts, whose latest novel, \"Souls Raised from the Dead,\" is set in Orange and Chatham Counties, discusses her job as a professor at UNC-Chapel Hill and her fiction writing.
The author gives insight into Doris Betts by comparing her to Flannery O'Connor, and critiques Betts' latest novel, \"Souls Raised from the Dead.\"
Of classic authors NC could claim as its own, only O. Henry and Thomas Wolfe the author offered. As for current ones, Owen offered a much longer list of native sons and daughters, many still residing in the Tar Heel State. Among them were Ann Tyler, Fred Chappell, and Doris Betts.
Henry, O. (William Sydney Porter), 1862-1910
; Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1938
; Betts, Doris, 1932-2012
; Chappell, Fred, 1936-
; Price, Reynolds, 1933-2011
; Writers, North Carolina
; Authors, North Carolina