Carson McCullers

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United States novelist (1917-1967)

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A Mixture of Delicious and Freak': The Queer Fiction of Carson McCullers.
In painting Thomas Wiggins and other Columbus natives, such as Ma Rainey and Carson McCullers, Bartlett is stepping into the shoes of those who were part of his foundation growing up in the south.
Carson McCullers wrote that 'the dead demand a double vision'.
Bolano relates these influences through a series of dream journeys, in which he meets such writers as Vallejo, Borges, Boethius, Baudelaire, Sir James Barrie, Manuel Puig, Stendhal, Gabriela Mistral, Nicanor Parra, Walt Whitman, Archibald MacLeish, Carson McCullers, Ana'is Nin, and Philip K.
Added interest comes in the shape of Instant Of The Hour After, a new song based on the Carson McCullers short story Talks About Love and theatre piece of the same name.
The works collected in this volume include A Linguistic Look at Riddles, Triggers and Targets: a Linguistic Look at Humor, Adverbials, Direct Objects and the Style of Carson McCullers and Phonological Ingenuety in "Five Songs" by W.
Traditionally, critical readings of O'Connor's work have attempted to address her incarnational aesthetic by tracing its theological roots and, more recently, have taken a feminist studies approach, comparing O'Connor with a number of female authors who shared her experience of the unique cultural climate of the midcentury South, including Eudora Welty, Carson McCullers and Katherine Anne Porter.
Lawrence, Truman Capote, Carson McCullers, or Tennessee Williams is like a fly swatting at giants.
Of the nine writers he considers individually and at length, Brinkmeyer recognizes that Carson McCullers best fits the critical template he employs, for she proved "the most ambitious in juxtaposing foreign and domestic concerns and in depicting the operation of fascist principles within Southern culture.
Gypsy Rose Lee during the time she lived with WH Auden, Benjamin Britten and Carson McCullers in a ramshackle house in Brooklyn would be a good choice.
Imagine "Wuthering Heights" crossed with Carson McCullers.
Future installments of the "Big Read" radio show will be devoted to Willa Cather's My Antonia, Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers, and The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan.
Having found herself listening to books on tape with greater frequency lately, she cites good friend Cherry Jones' rendering of the Carson McCullers novel ``The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter'' as a vocal tour de force.
Vergelykbaar met die gedigte na aanleiding van epogmakende gebeurtenisse, is daar gedigte oor bekende figure soos Carson McCullers, Liza Minelli, Calvin Klein, Madame Rochas en Rock Hudson.