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See the author biographies. Pick two authors and compare/contrast their Southern roots in a couple of paragraphs. Examine the information offered in the biographical information to determine what...

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See the author biographies. Pick two authors and compare/contrast their Southern roots in a couple of paragraphs. Examine the information offered in the biographical information to determine what detail of the authors’ individual relationship with the South inspired/inspires their writings.

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http://www.cormacmccarthy.com/biography/

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Rupal answered on May 19 2020
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Pick two authors and compare/contrast their Southern roots in a couple of paragraphs. Examine the information offered in the biographical information to determine what detail of the authors’ individual relationship with the South inspired/inspires their writings.
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) and Cormac McCarthy (1933-) are two of the most prolific writers of the Southern literary tradition. Though writing over a century apart, these writers have incorporated in their works the ideological cu
ents of their respective times. Edgar Allan Poe was an antebellum writer who is is widely believed to have revolutionized the American short story form by providing it an unparalleled psychological depth. Poe is categorized as a Southern writer because he spent the first two decades of his life in and around Richmond, Virginia. He also served as a critic at the Southern Literary Messenger from 1835 to 1837 where he published some of his own works in the magazine. However, “The Gold-Bug” (1843), considered one of his most popular works...
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