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for North Carolina Literary Review Vol. 1 Issue 1, Spring 1994
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After relating the theatrical and literary achievements of Green's life, Roper describes Green's military service in World War I and his \"war songs,\" poems he wrote about his experiences.
Through pictures and text, Spear has documented the life of Rockingham County's Neugent family, who continue to live in the traditions of the tenant farmer, an increasingly anachronistic lifestyle in the industrial South.
Bentz uses Wolfe's short stories, not edited into book form until 1987, to refute the charge that Wolfe's novels are \"autobiographical,\" little more than fictionalized personal journals.
Hemley asked four other transplanted Yankee writers to comment on their impressions of North Carolina's literary environment. Collectively they feel that North Carolina offers a congenial atmosphere for their craft.