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    Carson McCullers

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    Carson McCullers Walter Allen said of Carson McCullers; ``Faulkner apart, the most remarkable novelist the South has produced seems to me Carson McCullers" (Allen 208). Her work is marked with the feeling of loneliness coming from her lonely childhood (spiritual isolation is the basis of most of her themes) and the music she always wanted to study. She wrote novels, short stories and dramas. In all she received the recognition of both the public, her fellows writers, and critics.

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    Carson McCullers' Dark Love

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    Carson McCullers was a well-known writer who came from the South; she became famous overnight after she wrote her first book: The Heart is a Lonely Hunter. She wrote many different types of books during her lifetime, with over a dozen books and numerous essays, most of them often touched on the topic of love. Though she wrote about love, it was the typical type of love that you’d expect such as romanticism, but rather, it was the dark type of love (Source 4). Many critics might question why she chose

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    A Review of Carson McCullers' Works

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    Within Carson McCullers’ work such as the film The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (which is based off of the novel The Heart is a Lonely Hunter) and A Tree. A Rock. A Cloud, McCullers presents a similar dark toned type of theme in each of her pieces of literature, though it is common that McCullers has a similar theme throughout most of her novels and short stories according to the JSTOR article. The analogous theme in her pieces of writing is that the loss of love brings forth pain and sorrow; however

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    The novel The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter was written by Carson McCullers and published in 1940. This novel is set in during the Depression Era in a small town in the south. The story follows a mute man named John Singer. Singer moves away from his home when his only friend is taken to a mental hospital. Once he finds a new home, many of the lonely people in the community come to talk to him. Singer and all of the people that talk to him are the focus of book. What is unusual about this novel is the

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    The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter by Carson McCuller In Carson McCuller’s novel, The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, the main theme is isolation and a search for some connection to be normal. McCuller’s traces the lives of five characters that center their lives around one main character named John Singer, a deaf-mute. These characters are representative of all people and not just their specific characters in the novel. McCuller’s is characterized as a Southern-Gothic writer, and was known for her depiction

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    Carson McCullers' The Member of the Wedding: Summary The Member of the Wedding by Carson McCullers is the story of an adolescent girl who triumphs over loneliness and gains maturity through an identity that she creates for herself in her mind. It is with this guise that twelve year old Frankie Addams begins to feel confident about herself and life. The author seems to indicate that one can feel good about oneself through positive thinking regardless of reality. The novel teaches that one's destiny

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    Carson McCullers  - Exploring the Depths of the Human Heart "With poignant insight and compassion Carson McCullers (1917-1967) wrote of human loneliness, unfulfilled love, and the frailty of the human heart." Of all the characters in the work of Carson McCullers, the one who seemed to her family and friends to be most like the author herself was Frankie Addams: the vulnerable, exasperating, and endearing adolescent of The Member of the Wedding who was looking for the "we of me."

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    About The Author Carson McCullers http://moorewomenartists.org/portraits-of-women-by-women-photographers-capture-legends/ “The heart is a lonely hunter with only one desire!To find some lasting comfort in the arms of another's fire...Driven by the desperate hunger to the arms of a neon light, the heart is a lonely hunter when there’s no sight of love.” 1917- Lula Carson Smith (Carson McCullers full name) was born in Columbus, Georgia. Smith was sick most of her childhood

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    The Song of The Ballad of the Sad Cafe

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    In Carson McCullers’ “The Ballad of the Sad Cafe”, the ending coda shows the work of the Forks Falls chain gang. The chain gang is made up of “twelve mortal men, seven of them black and five of them white boys from this county” (458)1. The song starts when “One dark voice will start a phrase, half-sung, and like a question. And after a moment another voice will join in, soon the whole gang will be singing […] the music intricately blended [...] the music will swell [...] Then slowly the music will

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    struggles based on morals. The ideas of pain, blood, and the status quo play a major role in creating conflicts for characters. In “Sweat, “Barn Burning”, and “So Far As I and My People Are Concerned The South Is Fascist Now And Always Has Been”: Carson McCullers And The Racial Problem,” each character struggles with different conflicts and problems. Delia suffers from a conflict of pain, Frankie from society’s ideals, and Sarty from the allegiance to family. To begin with, in “sweat” by Zora Neale Hurston

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