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Reading through the novel, one can realize that Mc Culler has portrayed her characters as appealing sympathy of the readers and they are really the prototype figures representing the author herself.
Especially, the character of Mick has a clear connotation with the author’ personal life where she herself was much interested and wished to be proficient in playing piano.
The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter thrust Carson Mc Cullers onto the literary scene at the age of 23.
The year was 1940, and anticapitalistic fervor was at its peak.
Moreover, he enjoyed hunting rabbits, which he would cook and share the meal with his friends as his main adventure after hunting rabbits.
The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter by Carson Mc Culler At Carson Mc Culler's novel, The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, the main theme is isolation and a search for a connection to be ordinary.
This novel, arguably her finest, displays the influence that Marxist philosophy had on Mc Cullers’s perception of society.
Virginia (2005) rightly enlists the character of Mick Kelly when she remarks “Mick Kelly, a tomboyish adolescent who shuts out the real world with music and dreams of fame and distant lands” (Virginia Spencer Carr, 2005).