Paul Green and the Southern Literary Renaissance

The Green Family (Paul, Elizabeth, and Paul Jr.) in 1925, reprinted with persmission of the Paul Green Papers, Southern Historical Collection, Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Paul Green and the Southern Literary Renaissance

by John Herbert (Jack) Roper
Southern Cultures, Vol. 1, No. 1: Fall 1994

"What did the Southern Literary Renaissance look like and feel like in the 1920s?"

What did the Southern Literary Renaissance look like and feel like in the 1920s? There are images from the offices of Paul Green’s short-lived “little magazine” the Reviewer, distinctive images that survive the ensuing decades and stretch back to a vanishing point in 1924.

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