CONTENTS
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THE PLAYMAKERS' AIMvi
THE CAROLINA PLAYMAKERSix
By Frederick H. Koch.
THE PLAYMAKERS AND OUR ARTxxvii
By Paul Green.
POSTSCRIPT, 1941xxxiii By Frederick H. Koch.
WHEN WITCHES RIDE, a Play of Carolina Folk Superstition1
By Elizabeth A. Lay.
PEGGY, a Tragedy of the Tenant Farmer17
By Harold Williamson.
DOD GAST YE BOTH! a Comedy of Mountain Moonshiners35
By Hubert Heffner.
OFF NAGS HEAD, a Tragedy of the North Carolina Coast53
By Dougald MacMillan.
THE LAST OF THE LOWRIES, a Play of the Croatan Outlaws of Robeson County, North Carolina69
By Paul Green.
TRISTA, a Play of Folk Superstition93
By Elizabeth A. Lay.
THE RETURN OF BUCK GAVIN, the Tragedy of a Mountain Outlaw113
By Thomas Wolfe.
THE THIRD NIGHT, a Play of the Carolina Mountains125
By Thomas Wolfe.
GAIUS AND GAIUS, JR., a Comedy of Plantation Days145
By Lucy M. Cobb.
FIXIN'S, the Tragedy of a Tenant-Farm Woman165 By Erma and Paul Green.
THE BEADED BUCKLE, a Comedy of Village Aristocracy191 By Frances Gray.
THE SCUFFLETOWN OUTLAWS, a Tragedy of the Lowrie Gang211
By William Norment Cox.
JOB'S KINFOLKS, a Play of the Mill People239
By Loretto Carroll Bailey.
IN DIXON'S KITCHEN, a Comedy of a Country Courtship265
By Wilbur Stout (in collaboration with Ellen Lay).
A SHOTGUN SPLICIN', a Mountain Comedy287
By Gertrude Wilson Coffin.
LIGHTED CANDLES, a Tragedy of the Carolina Highlands309
By Margaret Bland (in collaboration with Louisa Duls).

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