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1028
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Durham native Clyde Edgerton is one of the country's most prolific novelists.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 60 Issue 11, Apr 1993, p33-35, por
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1990
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In such novels as RANEY and WALKING ACROSS EGYPT, North Carolina novelist Clyde Edgerton presents characters who use music as a means of coping with the unreasonable demands of their faiths.
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10492
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Sobsey reviews Clyde Edgerton's new novel, The Bible Salesman.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 25 Issue 33, Aug 2008, p24 Periodical Website
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19764
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North Carolina author Clyde Edgerton created his own fictional universe in Hansen County, North Carolina. Based upon the small town he grew up in and including many of the characters and locales of his childhood, Edgerton's literary cosmos also includes his celebration of the ties that bind individuals, their families, and their shared histories together.                             
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19763
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Through this interview with North Carolina author Clyde Edgerton, the interviewer gets a picture of the events of Edgerton's life that progressed from his childhood dream of becoming an Air Force pilot to his realization he wanted to become a writer of literature. Edgerton's frankness and colorful stories help to bring out the fullness of his life.
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34690
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In this interview, Clyde Edgerton discusses his artwork, novels, and non-fiction writing. He discusses what inspires him, including music, his childhood experiences, flying planes, and becoming a father.
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North Carolina Literary Review (NoCar PS 266 N8 N66x), Vol. 26 Issue , 2017, p74-88, il, por, f Periodical Website
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40325
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Companion journal for the North Carolina Historical Review, NCLR embraces North Carolina’s diversity and plays an important role on East Carolina University’s campus. It features renowned writers such as Clyde Edgerton as well as unknown writers, is implemented as a teaching tool in literature courses, and trains student employees about the intricacies of publication.