were used as tombstones. The web links below provide useful information for those planning a visit to the Wolfe Memorial or for those simply interested in the author and wishing to learn more about the heritage we all share with late 19th- and early 20th-century Asheville. By 1906, she had bought and was running a 29-room boardinghouse in downtown Asheville. 2010 The Look Homeward, Angel Illustrations of Harvey Harris. 2008 Chris Prewitt, for Paper Doll Matinee: Thomas Wolfes Theatre. Of Time and the River, 1935. Lamont, for The Exiles Story: Similarities of Theme in Thomas Wolfes. 1991 Thomas Wolfe, The Autobiographical Outline for Look Homeward, Angel. Kennedy Student Essay Prize 1988 Daphne OBrien, for The Banquet of Life: Hunger and Plenty. Magi, with an introduction by Elizabeth Evans.
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It is beautifully preserved with original furnishings arranged by family members very much the way it appeared when the writer lived there. His brothers and sisters came and went at the boardinghouse. Edited, with a foreword, by John. Sponsor, the Thomas Wolfe Society. However, history and Asheville have forgiven Thomas Wolfe. 2004 Armistead Lemon, for His College Education Has Ruined Him: Educations Ambivalent Role in the South of Wolfes O Lost. The spacious and comfortable museum features an audiovisual biography of Wolfe and a self-guided exhibit hall that is rich with artifacts, photos, and information about Wolfes life and times. 1985, holding on for Heaven: The Cables and Postcards of Thomas Wolfe and Aline Bernstein. Magi Grants in Aid of Independent Research, for research projects on Wolfe that are undertaken without other support and without the prospect of royalties or revenue. 1993 Matthew Webb Levering, for Around the Park with Aline Bernstein and Thomas Wolfe. Upon its publication, the depictions were deemed so scandalous that Wolfe and his family were severely criticized in their hometown. 2004 Sharon Trammel, 48 Spruce Street.