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McCullers

Carson. 1917--67, US writer, whose novels include The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (1940)
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Carson McCuLlers sustituyo la musica por la literatura; las enfermedades no le impidieron escribir en su casa; tampoco obstruyeron que ejerciera la libertad; alcanzo la plenitud existencial junto a las dolencias fisicas.
Starter-turned-postseason reliever McCullers limited the Yankees to just one hit while fanning six over the next four.
En la segunda novela de McCullers, Reflejos en un ojo dorado (1941), Anacleto, el criado filipino --por cierto, otro gran amante de las telas--, adora bailar y pintar con acuarelas.
Asi, con bretes narraciones, McCullers muestra las alegrias, tristezas, angustias, aversiones y hostilidades de esa comunidad provocadas, entre otras cosas, aor una serie de equivocos.
Carson McCullers no doubt had a very different view and from the beginning of her writing career she emphasized southern white guilt and inscribed this very notion into southern exceptionalism.
In Seattle, Chris Carter drove in the go-ahead run with Houston's third solo homer and rookie Lance McCullers pitched effectively into the seventh inning as the Astros beat the Mariners 3-2.
In The Member of the Wedding, a Bildungsroman published in 1946 and set amid the backdrop of Jim Crow Georgia during the Second World War, McCullers takes her portrayal of the tomboy figure's attraction to non-normative families one step further.
Having taught literature both in post-revolutionary Iran and in America, Nafisi finds in works by Mark Twain, Sinclair Lewis and Carson McCullers important lessons in combating nefarious trends in the West--insular thinking, bias and a utilitarian mindset.
Many writers lived in the Heights, including Thomas Wolfe, Carson McCullers, John Dos Passos, and Truman Capote.
The focus of Herndon's memoir, the criminal case that lands him in prison, is to many a "symbol of the clash between Democracy and Fascism" (Herndon 317); similarly, McCullers deemed her novel "an ironic parable of fascism" (Gilmore 225).
9 CARSON MCCULLERS, THE HEART ISA LONELY HUNTER (HOUGHTON MIFFLIN, 1940) McCullers's novel features several protagonists, but I am particularly drawn to the character of Biff Brannon--a quiet yet conflicted man defined as much by his incessant observation of the regulars and drifters who come into his cafe as by his general fogginess.
Having written poetry since childhood and recently a play about Carson McCullers, the author of American classic The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Vega told us then: "I love writing and I love books.