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TERRY BARR received his Ph.D. from The University ofT ennessee-Knoxville in 1986, with his dissertation examining "The Ordinary World of Horton Foote." He has published (with Gerald Wood) an interview with Horton Foote in Literature/ Film Quarterly, articles on Jewish film and literature in Studies in Popular Culture, The Journal of Popular Film and 1Y, Studies in American Culture, and an essay for the forthcoming anthology The Quiet Voices: Rabbis in the Black Civil Rights Era (The University of Alabama Press, 1997). Associate Professor of English and Film Studies at Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina, he lives in Greenville, South Carolina, with his wife and two daughters.