North Carolina Literary Review, Number 19 (2000). Special Section on the 100th Birthday of Thomas Wolfe

Softcover, Greenville, NC: East Carolina University, 2000. Very Good with no dust jacket.

Sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Wraps have light handling wear. Contents: Rankin, The early humorous tradition of the lower Cape Fear, from the lampoon of "Old Silenus" to the early work of Johnson Johns Hooper. McBride, "If he eats me, he sure can't swallow me": Separate spheres and subversion in the folk plays of the Carolina Playmakers. Squire, Resisting being written out of history: women activists and recorders of the 1929 Gastonia Strike. Garrison, Tar Heel tunes: North Carolina recording and record production. Plath, Reconstructing Hemingway: an interview with biographer Michael S. Reynolds. Cherry, Hearing me into speech: lesbian feminist publishing in North Carolina. Powell, Look what happened here: North Carolina's feminary collective. Morgan, A daughter remembers: Margaret Roberts and Thomas Wolfe. Idol, (Un)Blest be the ties that bind: the dysfunctional family in Look Homeward, Angel and The Great Santini. Morgan, A Tribute to Wolfe (poem). Higgins, John Foster West: An Appalachian Legend. Robinson, Dicionary of North Carolina Writers, Lacy to Mathabane. Poetry, art, reviews by many different contributors. ; 10.0" tall; 220 pages.

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