Published June 14, 2004 by East Carolina University Foundation .
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Inthe biography Loonis. Celebrating a Lyrical Life (written by Jerry Shinn) was published by the East Carolina University Foundation. References [ edit ]. In celebration of North Carolina's th birthday, Charles Kuralt collaborated with another of the state's famous sons, Loonis McGlohon, to produce this down-home, witty celebration of their native land.
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Loomis asked Ann to read aloud to him, but Ann thinks that he is trying to fool her, because he doesn’t seem to be legitimately listening to what she said. CHAPTER That evening, Loomis asks Ann to play the piano, like she did when she thought Loomis was perishing.
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