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Lula Carson begins piano lessons at age ten. Upon her return from a visit to her aunt and uncle, she drops the use of Lula from her double name.

She decides to become a concert pianist and begins piano lessons with Mrs. As a senior in high school, she suffers from rheumatic fever, which is thought later to have contributed to her crippling strokes in life. She announces to her friend Helen Jackson that cazxdor has decided to become a writer instead of a concert pianist. She has begun writing plays in which she casts her brother and sisterthe first of which is called The Faucet.

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She writes her first story called “Sucker,” which she tries unsuccessfully to sell. Carson leaves Savannah, Georgia at age seventeen and travels to New York City, where she enrolls in creative writing courses at Columbia University.

Her first published story, “Wunderkind,” appears in Story magazine. On September 20, Carson age twenty silitario Reeves age twenty-four are married in the home of mutual friends. They return to Ocrazon, North Carolina and move into Reeves’s apartment.


Carson begins work on her first novel.

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Carson finishes her first novel in April and entitles it The Mute. She writes a second novel entitled Reflections in a Golden Eye.

She begins conceiving the plot for The Member of the Wedding. Reflections in a Golden Eye is published in two parts in October and November in Harper’s Bazaar for five hundred dollars. Carson corazoh ill for most of the winter.

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In February, Carson is stricken with impaired vision, stabbing head pains, mmccullers partial paralysis. She initiates divorce proceedings against Reeves. Her first published poem, “The Twisted Trinity,” appears in Decision. She suffers her second major illness of the year with pleurisy, strep throat, and double pneumonia.

On March 24, Carson is awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship.

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Though she wants to take her prize money and write in Mexico, her poor health prevents her. Carson suffers a severe nervous attack in addition to influenza and pleurisy. Her father dies in August of a heart attack. She receives her second Guggenheim Fellowship on April Carson suffers a serious stroke in August and another stroke in November which paralyzes her left side.

In March, Carson attempts suicide and is hospitalized in Manhattan. In the summer and the fall, she adapts and revises The Member of the Wedding into a play while in Nantucket with Tennessee Williams. Carson mcculler Reeves experience severe marital problems. Reeves attempts suicide and tries to convince Carson into committing a double suicide. She flees to France in fear of her life. On November 19, Reeves kills himself in a Paris hotel. On June 10, her mother dies unexpectedly and this loss utterly devestates Carson.


She works frenetically on The Square Root of Wonderful to cope with her mother’s death. The Square Root of Wonderful opens on October 30 on Broadway but closes prematurely after forty-five performances. Zolitario suffers acute depression over the premature closing of the play.

ByCarson spends most of her time in a wheelchair. She does little writing in because of her health.

She undergoes an operation to remove a cancerous right breast on June 6. Surgery is also performed on every major joint of her paralyzed left hand.

In the spring, Carson breaks her right hip and shatters her left elbow. She signs her last will and testament on November 8. On April 30, Carson is named winner of the Henry Bellamann Award, a one-thousand-dollar grant recognizing her “oustanding contribution to literature.

Smith, her sister, edits The Mortgaged Heart, the first posthumous collection of her works. Posted by Conchita Bouza at El Corazon es un Cazador Solitario. Newer Post Older Post Home.

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