Where He Couldn't Go Home Again
June 19, 2009 5:50 PM Subscribe
Its previous owner named it the Old Kentucky Home.
For Thomas Wolfe
, it was the home of his youth, a boarding house
run by his mother, Julia Wolfe. Now it's known as the Thomas Wolfe Memorial, located in
Altamont Asheville, North Carolina
, and its website offers fair overview of Wolfe, and even his legendary editor, Maxwell Perkins
. Wolfe, the author of Look Homeward, Angel
), Of Time and the River
), and You Can't Go Home Again
), among other works. Text file copies courtesy of Project Gutenberg Australia.
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