Carson McCullers (1917-1967) was an American novelist, poet, and playwright. Probably her best-known works are The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (her first novel), Reflections in a Golden Eye, The Member of the Wedding, and The Ballad of the Sad Cafe.
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Carson McCullers Center for Writers and Musicians
At Columbus State University. Operates a museum in the author's childhood home. Brief biography. Also information on the writer's house in Nyack, New York.
The Carson McCullers Project
Bibliography. Texts of some of her articles and poems. Reviews of her major works. Extensive links.
Georgia Writers Hall of Fame: Carson McCullers
Overview of her life and works.
IBDB: Carson McCullers
Broadway credits. Plays written by her, or based on her works.
IMDb: Carson McCullers
Filmography. Movies and television productions based on her works.
New Georgia Encyclopedia: Carson McCullers (1917-1967)
Biography and bibliography, prepared by Carlos Dews.
Who2: Carson McCullers
Wikipedia: Carson McCullers
Short biography, with links to related topics.
Carson McCullers's Sure Aim at the Heart of Loneliness
Jonathan Yardley reconsiders "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter." [Washington Post] (June 15, 2004)
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