Character Analysis Of Macon In The Accidental Tourist By Anne Tyler

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Macon is slowly starting to lose his mind. His everyday life is starting to change and the way he does things is different. Ever since Sarah left him, he has been slowly starting to fall apart. Is there time for him to change and make something of his life in The Accidental Tourist? The Accidental Tourist by Anne Tyler shows how one 's life can change so fast, Tyler 's life , and how not giving up influences his life. Getting to know more about the author Anne Tyler helps better understand the connection between her and the book. Tyler was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 25, 1941 (Anne). She lived there until about the age of 16. At the age of 16, she attended the University of Duke and after graduation she became a bibliographer…show more content…
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