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Who is Allan Gurganus?
Allan Gurganus is an American novelist, short story writer, and essayist whose work, which includes Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All and Local Souls, is often influenced by and set in his native North Carolina.
- born on (68 years ago) in Rocky Mount
- ethnicity: White American
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Novelist, screenwriter, author, actor
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Volume 17: Education by Clarence L. Mohr, Charles Wilson
Pat Conroy, Hal Crowther, Drew Gilpin Faust, William Ferris, Allan Gurganus, Sheldon Hackney, Trudier Harris, Fred Hobson, Doug Marlette, Melton McLaurin, Michael McFee, Robert Morgan, Michael O'Brien, Michael Parker, Tom Rankin, ...
Volume 18: Media by Allison Graham, Sharon Monteith
Cobb, Peter Coclanis, Hal Crowther, Drew Gilpin Faust, William Ferris, Allan Gurganus, Sheldon Hackney, Trudier Harris, Doug Marlette, ...
The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker
Allan Gurganus. With humor, authentic period properties, and the peerless performance of Anne Bancroft as the widow in old age, this unusual and well-written story successfully explored the lingering aftereffects of the Civil War in ...
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