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Read & Download Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook à Carson McCullers Carson McCullers à 4 Read The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter Read õ 104 Carson McCullers’ prodigious first novel was published to instant acclaim when she was just twenty three Set in a small town in the middle of the deep South it is the story of John Sin I knew nothing about this book at all Well except for the title I d definitely heard the title before but I would have bet money the book was written by a man and that it was bad romance novel at least that would have been my best guess Instead this is now perhaps one of my all time favourite American novels It can be compared without the least blush of embarrassment with Steinbeck at his best and Harper Lee out killing mocking birds and there are many many points of comparison between all three writers This one has completely captivated me and in ways I had not expected to be captivated My very dear friend Nell and I were chatting one day about Calvino s idea of the books one might write and how these ought to fit into an imaginary bookcase the short version of his idea being what books would you like your own book to be beside on an imaginary bookshelf Anyway in the very next email from Nell there appeared a list of books one of which was this one I went to the library to see if I could find it and then to some second hand bookshops around and about but with no luck Well six months or so later and now I ve read it And god I can t begin to tell you how glad I amThe title is actually the perfect title for this book but that is only true after you have read it it is actually a remarkably bad title for the book before you have read it I would not be surprised if 999 readers in a thousand would think that this would be a story about unreuited love That this might just be a melancholy story about a protagonist let s call him Mr Sadsack who has spent his life looking for the perfect partner but she is terribly allusive and although he sometimes despairs that he will ever find her no one reading this imaginary novel called The Heart is a Lonely Hunter doubts that in the end our nice wee man will finally end up with his perfect partner But no Although the title might make you think the book is about this sort of thing it is about nothing like this at allI guess I could say that the book has grand themes about what is wrong with The South and that might make you form images in your mind of the inhuman treatment of black Americans in the southern states of America and the struggle to end segregation and a terrible legal system based on discrimination And although you would be closer to the truth it would still not be uite the book you might expect it to beAnd if I said that it has themes concerning the subjugation of labour and how the economic system is sustained by creating the conditions by which the working classes are convinced of their fundamental inferiority so they do nothing to remove their fetters and that the heart that seeks freedom is also a lonely hunter all this would be true too to a point and not true beyond that point There are parts of this book that made me think about Chomsky s political writings and how dreadfully long the truth has been known about oppression and exploitation and how dreadfully long it has been clear what needs to be done And that this too is the part of the American tradition that is spoken of if at all only in whispers for don t you know they re talking about a revolution in whispersAnd if I said this book is about coming of age and the loss of innocence and how becoming an adult is actually a kind of death which we might long for but where is lost than it seems we could possibly dare to lose If I said that the young woman in this who throughout the novel moves from being a child to becoming an adult even without some of the possible horrible things that could have happened to her not actually eventuating and yet she still basically loses everything by growing up that would be mostly true tooAnd if I said that the book is about selfishness and how a moment s decision or thoughtlessness can have horrible and irrevocable conseuences well you might think you ve read this book many times before but again I think you would be wrongOr I could say that this is a book about how we fundamentally misunderstand others for doesn t everyone misunderstand project onto John Singer the deaf mute who is or less central to the story whatever it is they need him to be And isn t Singer guilty of exactly the same human frailty with his own friend Antonapoulos I thought it was terribly clever of her to have Singer bring Antonapoulos a projector I thought she was nearly god like as a writer at that pointWhat this book is really is a warning not a warning that I might have written if I was to write a book like this but a dark and terrible warning all the same Much darker and much terrible than I think I would be capable of writing No I couldn t write a book like this and knowing that fills me with the deepest of regrets Because this is also a much optimistic book than I think I would be capable of writing tooMcCullers was 23 when she wrote this book god the thought of it fills me with awe There are times when I would almost be prepared to believe that some people really do have older souls than the rest of us It is as incomprehensible that a 23 year old could write this book as it is to believe that a woman of only 22 years could have written Pride and Prejudice And the warning Well that you can be absolutely right in what you believe you can be standing on the side of righteousness and hold the truth shining in the palm of your hand and be doing everything in your power to improve the lot of your people and you can still be only half human You can walk in the ways of the great project of your time you can know and you can spend your life seeking to show the don t knows so they too become part of the enlightened and still you can be a damaged half a man We are barely human without our dreams but even when our dreams are not selfish and are directed at the greatest the most noble of aspirations we are still human all too humanThe scene with the two old men the one black and the other white arguing through the night until dawn about the best way to liberate those who are oppressed and unaware is achingly sad And why Because it is blindingly obvious to anyone with eyes that neither of these men could ever mobilise the masses Their dreams are as just and pure and true as they are barren and impotent and without substance They shimmer and flap and torment them both and thus is the human conditionOf all the characters I think perhaps Doctor Copeland is the most poignant He effectively loses his own children because they do not live up to his dreams for them his need for them to fight for his ideals This really is a key theme of the book that dreams not only have the power to make us human but can then over power us and make us something other than 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Read & Download Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook à Carson McCullers Carson McCullers à 4 Read The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter Read õ 104 Up an angry drunkard a frustrated black doctor each pours their heart out to Singer their silent confidant and he in turn changes their disenchanted lives in ways they could never imagi Each year I attempt to participate in classics bingo in the group catching up on classics This year so far so good I gave a lot of thought as to which classic book I wanted to use for my classic of North America suare There are a few authors that come to mind as classic American authors where each piece of literature written by them reads like a story being told on one s front porch The names Hemingway and Steinbeck first come to my mind along with that of Carson McCullers Distinctly southern and writing about the human condition during the era in which she lived Carson McCullers is a literary treasure My mother owns the complete set of her writing in one volume and I have previously read Member of a Wedding which was a gem It comes as little surprise then that I selected McCullers definitive work The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter for my classic of North America suare this year as her work comes straight from the heart and is a joy to readI can not say much about The Heart is a Lonely Hunter that has not been written before Taking place in a Georgia mill town during the Great Depression McCullers writes of the trials and travails that occurred during that time The town could have been her own and the female protagonist Mick Kelly could been McCullers when she was younger She speaks out about racism fascism the rights of the disabled as well as the depression through the alternating chapters told through the eyes of her archetypal protagonists Singer Biff Brannon Jake Blount Doctor Benedict Copeland and Mick Kelly Readers find a woman ahead of her time in that she views blacks Jews whites men and women as euals and this was during the 1930s Perhaps the fact that McCullers was all of twenty three years of age when she wrote this timeless novel speaks to her views of society in that her generation did not emerge as leaders until the later 1940s when people did start to speak out against racism and lack of rights for women Published in 1940 McCullers work was slightly ahead of its time and most likely eye opening for manyWith blacks and whites Jews and gentiles unmarried men and women sharing dialogue in the south McCullers work is refreshing for this era as well as the country has become as polarized as it was during the times of separate but eual Each of her protagonists had much to say about society and each had a plan as to how to better themselves and the world that they lived in The world needs people like Doctor Copeland Biff Brannon Jake Blount Singer and Mick Kelly Yet they are a thing of the past and many of their inclusive views with them The literary world also needs writers like Carson McCullers who spoke her mind from a young age Her work remains as timeless as ever and her Georgia mill town an archetype for forward thinking people Carson McCullers work should be viewed as North American classic writing and I look forward to reading of it in the coming year5 timeless stars

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Read & Download Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook à Carson McCullers Carson McCullers à 4 Read The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter Read õ 104 Ger a lonely deaf mute and a disparate group of people who are drawn towards his kind sympathetic nature The owner of the café where Singer eats every day a young girl desperate to grow ROCK AND ROLLIt turns out that Miss McCullers did most of her great writing most of her entire writing before she was 30 Rock and roll After 30 she was too busy having ghastly illnesses and marrying the same guy three or four times and dodging invitations to a suicide pact from the guy she married all those times So when she was 22 I ask you she wrote this first novel which is a stone American classic I had heretofore thought that absorbing a ton of influences and developing a uniue voice all by the age of 22 had only been done by LennonMcCartney Bob Dylan and Aubrey Beardsley but Miss McCullers performs this remarkable feat too Her surefootedness and precision are fantastic I m so much in awe that I feel sick to my stomachMETAPHORS FOR GOD WHICH IS A METAPHOR ALREADY Onto the book itself The inexorable gravitational pull of the metaphor in all our verbal dealings is something I have mentioned before so that even someone like Raymond Carver s ironed flat tell it like it is bargain basement prose still spins in stories like So Much Water So Close to Home or A Small Good Thing brilliant metaphorical explorations of the various uncomfortable truths he shoves our way the ignored corpse the tasteless birthday cake Perhaps we no longer love overly obvious metaphors Little Red Riding Hood then again perhaps we do The Titanic But they re very useful when you try to talk about God in fact it s impossible to talk about God non metaphorically insofar as God is Himself a metaphor Fictionmakers love God metaphors last year we had Ron Currie s disappointing God is Dead a few years back we had the smart Jim Carey movie The Truman Show further back we have other movies like Whistle Down the Wind and Theorem In The Heart is a Lonely Hunter John Singer the deaf mute the blank slate the man who everyone talks to but who talks to nobody stands for God People pour out their dreams fears hopes onto him and he scribbles the odd bland sentence in reply and they think he understands all and knows all In fact and here s Miss McCullers audacious vicious twist John Singer is himself completely obsessed with another deaf mute who he thinks of as almost Godlike but who in fact is a fat greedy imbecile confined to a mental asylum If we follow the metaphor along not too fancifully I think we find that Antonapoulos the idiot therefore represents the human race with which GodSinger is fatally poignantly uselessly obsessed Antonapoulos will never get well and was a sad mistake to begin with so what does that say about the rest of us chickens Not muchBRIEF ACTS OF APPALLING VIOLENCE Miss McCullers doesn t belabour this central conceit too much and she also throws in a ton of local knowledge but without smacking you upside the head every time like Annie Proulx does And although this is a slow old read at times a lot of doing nothing punctuated by brief acts of appalling violence is this what the American South is like her sad sweet song of humanity is as beautiful a tune as I ve heard all year


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    Read & Download Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook à Carson McCullers KINDLE [The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter] Carson McCullers à 4 Read I read this years ago before being a member on Goodreads Just forgot to post any comments Thanks to 'Steve' for the inspiration of memory The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter one of those books that leaves a lasting tattoo on your heart forever Not only does it take place during the Great Depression during times of racial injustice not only do we 'see feel touch experience' loneliness through a character so profound deeper than most have ever been

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