N. C. History Series: Thomas Wolfe (Class of 1920), Available Oct. 12 – Nov. 30

Price: $28; GAA members: $18
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90-minute class, available Oct. 12 – Nov. 30

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Native North Carolinian, novelist and alum of The University of North Carolina, Thomas Wolfe (class of 1920) is considered one of the first masters of autobiographical fiction and N.C.’s most famous writer. In this session, we’ll chronicle where many of those autobiographical stories took shape — at home in Asheville, and right here as an undergraduate at Carolina.

This class is a pre-recorded video featuring Freddie Kiger ’74 (’77 MAT). Sign up, and receive a link to view the class that allows access Oct. 12 – Nov. 30.

If you do not receive an email with the class links on Oct. 12, or upon registering after Oct. 12, please check your spam folder. If you are not able to find the class links email in your folder, please contact Douglass Payne at  for assistance.

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