McCullers, Carson. () The heart is a lonely hunter /MLA Citation
McCullers, Carson. The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter. : . Print.
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The heart is a lonely hunter /
|Published:||New York : Modern Library, 1993.|
|Topics:||Teenage girls - Fiction. | Suicide victims - Fiction. | Friendship - Fiction. | Racism - Fiction. | Deaf - Fiction. | Teenagers - Fiction. | Deaf - Fiction.|
|Regions:||Southern States - Fiction. | Southern States - Fiction. | Southern States. | Southern States - Social life and customs - Fiction.|
|Genres:||Psychological fiction. | Novela psicolâogica. | Novela de educaciâon. | Bildungsromans. | Fiction. | Psychological fiction. | Romance fiction. | Allegories. | Love stories. | Allegories.|
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|Author:||McCullers, Carson, 1917-1967|
|Physical Description:||ix, 430 pages ; 19 cm.
|Summary:||When she was only twenty-three, Carson McCullers's first novel created a literary sensation. She was very special, one of America's superlative writers who conjures up a vision of existence as terrible as it is real, who takes us on shattering voyages into the depths of the spiritual isolation that underlies the human condition. This novel is the work of a supreme artist, Carson McCullers's enduring masterpiece. The heroine is the strange young girl, Mick Kelly. The setting is a small Southern town, the cosmos universal and eternal. The characters are the damned, the voiceless, the rejected. Some fight their loneliness with violence and depravity, Some with sex or drink, and some -- like Mick -- with a quiet, intensely personal search for beauty.