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18699
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Dancer, choreographer, and actor Eddie Swimmer discusses his Cherokee roots, culture, and the Cherokee Historical Association's production of Unto These Hills, directed by Swimmer himself in this interview with Gina Caison.
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18698
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North Carolina writer Robert Morgan possesses a unique career full of diverse works and popular acclaim. In his numerous works, Morgan's exceptional perspective on the world around him makes him stand out from others in the literary community.
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18697
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Jonathan Yardley of The Washington Post wrote this review for John Ehle's novel The Winter People in 1982. In the review, Yardley discusses the appeal of the novel and the way that Ehle conveys the culture of North Carolina.
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18763
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Author Wayne Caldwell's has written two novels, Cataloochee and Requiem by Fire, which detail the lives of several generations of North Carolina Mountain people from the end of the Civil War up to the late 1920s. In this interview, Caldwell discusses those who influenced his writing, the mountain culture, and his forthcoming literary projects.
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18765
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Author Ron Rash has written, worked, and lived Appalachia for most of his life. From growing up in an artistic family in western North Carolina to teaching Appalachian Studies at Western Carolina University. Through his writing, Rash strives to accurately portray the Appalachian culture and community.
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18764
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In this review for Wayne Caldwell's novels Cataloochee and Requiem by Fire, Chris Green examines the way in which Caldwell explores a North Carolina mountain community and how that community disbands after the creation of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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18766
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Appalachian author Pamela Duncan sits down with fellow author Silas House to discuss the way in which she writes strong female characters and the impact her Appalachian heritage has on her work.
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