The life and times of Asheville's Thomas Wolfe / Jennifer S. Prince.
Prince, Jennifer S. author.
|Other author/creator||North Carolina. Office of Archives and History, publisher.|
|Format||Book and Print|
|Publication Info||[Raleigh, North Carolina] : North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, |
|Description||xii, 114 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 21 cm.|
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|Series||True tales for young readers ; No. 1
True tales for young readers ; No. 1. ^A1344229
|Abstract||"With Jennifer Prince's biography of Thomas Wolfe, the North Carolina Office of Archives and History inaugurates a new series, 'True Tales for Young Readers.' In his short life of 38 years, the Asheville native took the literary world by storm. His 'Look Homeward, Angel' remains a favorite of readers three generations later. A genius, a giant figuratively and literally, the mountain writer angered many in Asheville with his depictions. But late in life, he did go home again, sitting with his mother on the steps of the boarding house and renewing old acquaintances. The book will introduce Wolfe to new readers, young and old." -- Provided by publisher.|
|General note||Includes index.|
|Bibliography note||Bibliography: pages 107-108.|
|Action note||Joyner- committed to retain 20200101 20401231 CUSP|
|Stock number||03100 NCTE|
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|Joyner||NC Stacks||PS3545.O337 Z845 2016||✔ Available||Place Hold|