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McCullers

Carson. 1917--67, US writer, whose novels include The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (1940)
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We carry on in this enervated fashion for some time until I desperately try to recover by saying something outrageous about Carson McCullers and cosmopolitanism, only to receive a very direct, even piercing, look from Patricia Yaeger.
Finding the names of McCullers or Zweig on a piece of paper first folded after that of Bergman is indeed unexpected.
Haddox insightfully shows that with her alignment of Catholicism and homosexuality in The Malefactors, Gordon also stands in a line with Chopin and McCullers, whose earlier work had similarly if less explicitly mixed Catholicism and decadence.
The comparison to Carson McCullers is one that lasted throughout Carter's career, re-emerging for example in Margaret Atwood's review of the posthumously published Burning Your Boats (1995): "ghostly godpersons gathered round her typewriter [.
WINSTON - Kenny McCullers and Chris Hamilton each hit a home run for the Trojans.
The streptococcus bacteria also have NA," McCullers said, "but it is much less efficient than the viral enzyme in cutting away at the lung cell's sialic acid barrier.
Lawrence, Truman Capote, Carson McCullers, or Tennessee Williams is like a fly swatting at giants.
Daniela McCalla, Supreme Court of Ghana, Accra, Ghana; Candice McKinley, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Arusha, Tanzania; Shawn McCullers, Interpol, Bangkok, Thailand; Donna Robinson, Supreme Court of Ghana, Accra, Ghana; Lissette Shepherd, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Arusha, Tanzania; and Karen Skyers, Robert F.
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.
Studies by McCullers and others have shown that influenza virus infection preferentially predisposes mice to fatal infections with S.
WRITTEN and directed by Michael McCullers, this frothy fun provides plum roles for former Saturday Night Live cohorts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.