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Author touts U.P. literature during library visit

May 2, 2014

HOUGHTON - The Upper Peninsula has played a notable role in American literature, from Longfellow and some of the early work of Ernest Hemingway to the novels of Jim Harrison, one of the most prominent writers of the past several decades. But with the exception of John D. Voelker, who published "Anatomy of a Murder" under the pen name Robert Traver, very few well-known works were written by native Yoopers or longtime residents.



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