The Heart Lonely Hunter Analysis

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The Heart is a Lonely Hunter describes the Southern gothic tradition which started in the Southern United States dating mostly from the 20th century. The Heart is a Lonely Hunter deals with several themes such as alienation, oppression, loneliness and isolation. The lack of a useful role in society causes loneliness and results in physical isolation and lack of companionship. The Heart is a Lonely Hunter has been lauded for its major concepts which are unrealized love, spiritual isolation and the failure of communication. The exclusion of older people is also one among the major factors leading to isolation, loneliness and social relationship. Social isolation affects about million older people and has a serve impact on people’s quality of life in older age. Loneliness is not currently a priority for service providers but is vital if social exclusion has to be stopped. Identifying the similarities with their situation, these people are drawn to Singer and believe that he cares about them as they are isolated. The inability to communicate and connect with others in The Heart is a Lonely Hunter is regarded as a dominant theme.

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UNSPOKEN ISOLATION IN CARSON MCCULLERS’ THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER
McCullers’ The Heart is a Lonely Hunter has been lauded for its major concepts which are unrealized love, spiritual isolation and the failure of communication. The exclusion of older people is also one among the major factors leading to isolation, loneliness and
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