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Powerful Story

“If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are gone, either write things worth reading or do things worth writing.”
Carson McCullers

“Green wind from the green-gold branches, what is the song you bring? 

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Carson McCullers - Reflections in a Golden Eye (1941) review

“He had a sad penchant for becoming enamoured of his wife’s lovers.”

“In his heart, the Captain knew that this hatred, passionate as love, would be with him all the remaining days of his life.” 922 palabras más

Gay Interest

Mentorship v. Making Your Own Way

Image by MARJAINEZ for Rookie

Last week I wrote a piece for Rookie about how to spot a mentor but it also ended up being about making your own way, no matter if you have to whole world listening or not (all you need is a few loyal friends). 262 palabras más

Carson McCullers: The Ballad of the Sad Café

The dictionary defines a ballad as “any light, simple song, especially one of sentimental or romantic character, having two or more stanzas all sung to the same melody.” While there is no singing in this novella and the story is anything but simple, I find the title fitting. 458 palabras más


Book Review: The Heart is a Lonely Hunter

Full disclosure: I did not finish reading Carson McCullers’ The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter. I got exactly halfway through before I decided it was just not worth my time to finish reading it. 287 palabras más

Book Reviews

Other People’s Bookshelves #52 – Claire Fuller

Hello and welcome to the latest Other People’s Bookshelves. If you haven’t seen it before this is a series of posts set to feed into the filthy book lust/porn and either give you a fix of other people’s books and shelves. 1.578 palabras más

Other People's Bookshelves

The Heart is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers

After completing this book and looking over the notes I had made in my journal, I can come to one conclusion. The characters, Copeland, Biff, Blount and Mick were all too selfish to ask Singer how he felt. 457 palabras más