A Place Where Cotton Grows in Colors

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Title: A Place Where Cotton Grows in Colors
Author: Ward, Kimberly Bellamy-Woodall
Advisors: Dr. Thomas Lisk, Committee Chair
Abstract: The purpose of this collection has been to develop a creative body of writing which focuses on the Southern experience. The five selections form a diverse anthology which depicts scenes from the lives of several characters in North Carolina and Tennessee from 1887 to present day. The characters in four of the stories share Eastern North Carolina locality and aspects of plot. First person female and male voices are used throughout the stories to provide an intimate connection with the reader. While most of the stories are told in prose, the voice of the aspiring poet is also heard.
Date: 2003-02-13
Degree: MA
Discipline: English
URI: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/resolver/1840.16/1785


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