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What Was the Most Influential 20th-Century Southern Novel?

  • Aired: 05/13/2009
  • 56:50
  • Rating: TV-G
Dr. Edgar, Dr. Trudier Harris, Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, and Dr. Noel Polk, Professor Emeritus, Mississippi State University, will debate which Southern novel has been the most influential.
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