Carson McCullers

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Ungar, 1975 - Fiction - 150 pages
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A critical and interpretive study of the Southern writer's five major fictions, focussing on the persisting techniques, character-types, concerns, motifs, and imagery of her vision of universal isolation and loneliness

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Contents

The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
19
Reflections in a Golden Eye
47
The Member of the Wedding
59
Copyright

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