Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Fall 2018

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Wake Forest 27587 Magazine | Autumn 2018 51 WILSON LIBRARY / UNC-CHAPEL HILL USED WITH PERMISSION OF THE PAUL GREEN FOUNDATION A young Paul Green, who would eventually be named to the North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame in part for his so-called symphonic dramas, in spring 1908, as a schoolboy at the Pleasant Union School in Lillington. He is in the second row, ninth from the left. The class also included siblings Erma, Caro Mae, Gladys, Hugh, and Mary. Green's "The Lost Colony," the story of Sir Walter Raleigh's doomed colony on North Carolina's Roanoke Island, debuted in 1937 and is still performed summer-long in Manteo. At right is the 1952 program cover for the production. Portraying Raleigh is a young actor F]XLIREQISJ%RH]+VMJ½XL]IEVWFIJSVILMWJEQIEW7LIVMJJ%RH]8E]PSVSJ1E]FIVV] headlines during the Cold War-era "Red Scare," criticizing a UNC proposal to require faculty to sign a statement that they did not believe communist doctrine. "What is this thing we call freedom … when one is called on to take an oath that deals with matters of the mind?" he was quoted as saying. "It is using the very author- itarian methods to which we object in communist countries." He viewed "arrogant national pride" as a Continued on Next Page kk

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