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Carson McCullers (February 19, 1917 – September 29, 1967) was an American novelist, short story writer, playwright, essayist, and poet. Her first novel, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, explores the spiritual isolation of misfits and outcasts in a small town of the . Her other novels have similar themes and most are set in the deep South. McCullers’ oeuvre is often described as Southern Gothic and indicative of her southern roots
Carson McCullers, née Lula Carson Smith, was born in Georgia in 1917. Her pianist dreams were abandoned when, after a bout of illness, she discovered a penchant for the written word. Success was swift and major: A 19-year-old McCullers was first published in a 1936 issue of Story magazine, and she wrote her magnum opus, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, four years later. But not everything was rosy in McCullers' life.
Carson McCullers-novelist, dramatist, poet-was at the peak of her powers as a writer of short fiction. Here are nineteen stories that explore her signature themes: wounded adolescence, loneliness in marriage, and the tragicomedy of life in the South.
Carson McCullers was born Lula Carson Smith, the daughter of Lamar Smith, a watchmaker, and Marguerite Waters Smith. For generations, Smith’s family had been Southerners, so her family history, as well as her own childhood and adolescence, deepened her relationship with the South. For a twenty-two-year-old writer to probe so perceptively into adult characters was a startling achievement. Characteristically, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter is set in Georgia.
Carson McCullers was an American who wrote fiction, often described as Southern Gothic, that explores the spiritual isolation of misfits and outcasts of the South. From 1935 to 1937 she divided her time, as her studies and health dictated, between Columbus and New York and in September 1937 she married an ex-soldier and aspiring writer, Reeves McCullers. They began their married life in Charlotte, North Carolina where Reeves had found some work. There, and in Fayetteville, North Carolina, she wrote her first novel, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, in the Southern Gothic tradition. The novel itself was interpreted as an anti-fascist book. Altogether she published eight books.
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Carson McCullers was born Lula Carson Smith on February 19th, 1917 in Columbus, Georgia. The daughter of a jeweler she began writing at the age of fifteen when her father gifted her a typewriter. In September of 1937, when Carson was only 20 years old she married another aspiring writer, Reeves McCullers and the couple moved to Charlotte, North Carolina. Three years later, Carson completed and published her first novel, "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter. The novel was successful and Carson began to make a name for herself as a writer. Carson published her second novel, "Reflections in a Golden Eye" in 1941 and went on to publish six more novels in her lifetime. He. Illumination and Night Glare: The Unfinished Autobiography of Carson McCullers. by Carson McCullers · Carlos Dews · Carlos L. Dews. More than thirty years after it was written, the autobiography of Carson McCullers, Illumination and Night Glare, will be published for the first time.
Carson McCullers was an American writer. She wrote novels, short stories, and two plays, as well as essays and some poetry. Her first novel The Heart is a Lonely Hunter explores the spiritual isolation of misfits and outcasts of the South. Her other novels have similar themes and are all set in the South.