The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter | Study Guide

Carson McCullers

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John Singer Compassionate deaf-mute; godlike figure Biff Brannon Kindhearted owner of New York Café; good listener Jake Blount Drunk wanderer; seeks revolutionary equality Confides in Idolizes Admires and trusts Best friends Skeptically accepts Spiros Antonapoulos Narcissistic deaf-mute; glutton Dr. Copeland African American physician; seeks justice Mick Kelly Preadolescent loner; loves music
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