Table of contents for Carson McCullers' The member of the wedding / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.

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Introduction
Biographical Sketch
The Story Behind the Story 
List of Characters 
Summary and Analysis 
Critical Views
George Dangerfield on the Thematic Structure and the Problem of Loneliness 
	Robert S. Phillips on the Gothic Elements 
	Richard M. Cook on Identity and Coming-of-Age 
	Margaret B. McDowell on the Relationship Between Berenice and Frankie 
	Louise Westling on the Tomboy Figure and the Motif of ?Unfinished-ness?
	Kenneth Chamlee on the Function of the Café Setting in the Development of 
		Character 
	Virginia Spencer Carr on the Biographical and Literary Contexts 
	Thadious M. Davis on The Characterization(s) of Berenice in Two Versions of 
		The Member of the Wedding
	Tony Jason Stafford on the Motif of Sight in the Play Version of 
 The Member of the Wedding
	Sarah Gleeson-White on the Presence and Function of Masquerade 
	
Works by Carson McCullers
Annotated Bibliography 
Contributors
Acknowledgments 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

McCullers, Carson, 1917-1967. Member of the wedding.