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McCullers

Carson. 1917--67, US writer, whose novels include The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (1940)
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While McCullers will miss the season following Tommy John surgery, Verlander looks more and more like an ageless wonder, and Peacock and McHugh can convert back into starting pitchers.
scoreless to finish Game 3 of the World Series in relief of McCullers.
Caption: Daphne Fitzpatrick, Carson McCullers in a Suit, 2018, Duratrans, 22 x 27".
"I discovered McCullers' writing when I was a teenager.
The film is directed by Genndy Tartakovsky from a screenplay by Tartakovsky and Michael McCullers.
All the Red Sox really needed was to face Lance McCullers Jr., who had a 7.71 ERA over his last seven games, a span in which opponents had hit .331 with an .898 OPS against him.
She enthralls the likes of Truman Capote and Carson McCullers, columnists Elsa Maxwell and Earl Wilson and even Strasberg himself, as well as the normally imperious Sir Laurence Olivier.
<i>THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER</i> IS ONE OF CARSON MCCULLERS'S MOST well-known novels, but surprisingly it has not been thoroughly explored in the context of disability studies, despite the fact that McCullers labels John Singer a "deaf mute." (1) McCullers's work is often analyzed through the lens of the grotesque, particularly within the Southern Gothic tradition, which limits the scope of our understanding of Singer's character.