Rarely has emotional turbulence been so delicately conveyed. Carson McCullers’s language has the freshness, quaintness, and gentleness of a sensitive child.
New York Times
[The Member of the Wedding] is poignant and arresting, amazingly perceptive and exquisitely wrought.
There is an almost perfect harmony between the theme of this book and the prose in which it is expressed, for the prose is lyrical and sensitive and always fresh.
A marvelous study of the agony of adolescence.
Detroit Free Press
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