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Raymond Carver was a poet and writer who specialized in short stories based on the working poor. He is credited with revitalizing the American short story genre. A former resident of Sacramento, he initially became interested in writing after taking a creative-writing class at CSU Chico and graduated from Humboldt University. Carver spoke at CSUS on the subject of how fictional stories are influenced by real life and real life events. Note on original object indicates the talk took place at noon on 1987-02-26 in the University Union Redwood Room and was co-sponsored by the English department.
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