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On Southern Lit and Being “Special”

I came across this article: “Is the South Still Special?” after just having finished a review of The Southeast Review. In TSR, three interviews with four southern writers – Clive Barker, Hal Crowther and Lee Smith, Daniel Woodrell – each include their own views on this very question. It’s interesting to see this very “localized” perspective from D.G. Martin, specifically looking at North Carolina’s contributions and whether or not NC is still the “leader” in Southern literature.

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