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North Carolina Literary Review, Number 5 (1996). Kathryn Stripling Byer, Fred Chappell, Jake Grant, MariJo Moore, Robert Morgan, For I will consider my Cat. Alex Albright, Thoams E. Douglass, MariJo Moore, Peter Makuck, Fred Chappell, Kathryn Stripling Byer, A. R. Ammons, William Harmon, Jonathan Williams, Gerry Max, Sarah Wooten Pollock, Mary Kratt, others.

North Carolina Literary Review, Number 5 (1996). Kathryn Stripling Byer, Fred Chappell, Jake Grant, MariJo Moore, Robert Morgan, For I will consider my Cat

Soft Cover, Greenville, NC: Historical Association, 1996. Very Good with no dust jacket.

Square, sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Wrappers have light shelf wear. ; Contents: Moore, Cherokee rebirth. Makuck, Two poems by Charles Baudelaire. Douglass, "Time and the smell of the earth": Seamus Heaney returns to the land of Henry Pearson. Chappell, Peter Taylor: the genial mentor. Byer, Blood Mountain, seven poems for Fred Chappell. Ammons, Flat Rock. Harmon, The 1995 Tryon Festival and a conversation with Martin Gardner. Williams, The true, only, and most secret entrance to hog heaven. Max, Richard Halliburton and Thoams Wolfe: when youth kept open house. Pollock, Inglis Fletcher's African adventure: "good journeyings way. Moore, Seven haiku. Collins, The story of a campaign that failed: a narrative to accompany "Shelling of Ft. Anderson, March 14th, 1863, composed by Dr. Sutherland." Grant, Smoke, hog-wild hauling. For I will consider my cat: Carolina cats and their writers (contributions by various authors). ; 10" (25.4 cm) tall; 264 pages.

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