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The Language They Speak Is Things to Eat: Poems by Fifteen Contemporary North Carolina Poets

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North Carolina is well known for its fiction writers, but the state is also home to a number of first-rate poets. In the past few decades, these poets have produced memorable work and received numerous honors. A companion to the contemporary North Carolina fiction anthology The Rough Road Home (1992), this book provides a substantial sampling of the recent bounty in North ...more
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Published November 18th 1994 by University of North Carolina Press
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