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Gangly, outspoken 12-year-old Frankie Addams yearns to belong to the "we of me," and in a Southern kitchen, pours her heart out to the family cook, Berenice. One of the most beautiful plays ever written about lonliness and love.

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    Den lille ven af Donna Tartt (KayCliff)
    KayCliff: Frankie and Harriet are both brave, lonely schoolgirl heroines, residents of the Deep South.
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While E.M. Forster’s Howard’s End seems thematically, stylistically, and even conceptually eons away from Carson McCullers’ The Member of the Wedding, Forster’s eerie “only connect” haunts the pages of the latter novel. McCullers’ protagonist, Frankie, a child caught on the cusp of adulthood, struggles to create and express her individual identity through social memberships. We watch helplessly as she wanders from person to person, struggling to connect and identify with someone else’s experience. As someone hovering on various thresholds (she’s between childhood and adulthood, is forever hesitating in doorways, is not clearly gendered initially, and hails from an unnamed town that seems to be a waiting place between the present and the future), Frankie’s attempts to form an identity that is both distinct and can connect with other people seems like an effort to claim a space for herself, to assert that she belongs. The book suggests, through Frankie, that identity is just as much about connection and belonging as it is about individuality. And if that's not a queer theme, I don't know what is. :) ( )
  Elianaclaire | Jan 3, 2024 |
Not nearly as good as [b:The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter|37380|The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter|Carson McCullers|https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/books/1385265834l/37380._SY75_.jpg|860196], but a good read. For a trip back into the pains of adolescence, it hits the mark. ( )
  MickeyMole | Oct 2, 2023 |
A brilliant Southern coming-of-age story, steeped in adolescent disorientation. Frankie's sense of identity, gender and otherwise, evolves through the course of this novel, demarcated by boredom and crisis. I love this book because it accurately simulates the chaos in the mind of a young person who does not fit into her world, and whose view of reality is constantly being renegotiated. ( )
  jonbrammer | Jul 1, 2023 |
Narration by Susan Sarandon is spot on, and the prose is so believable the reader can feel the heat and smell the sweat. ( )
  CatherineB61 | May 31, 2023 |
A beautifully melancholy book that gently reminds us how very painful it is to grow up. ( )
  paroof | Dec 20, 2022 |
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Frankie is the pawky, gawky heroine of Carson McCullers' slim (195-page) new novel—she calls it a novella. Unlike Novelist McCullers' earlier books (The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, Reflections in a Golden Eye), which were well filled with the complex, morbid relationships of adults, The Member of the Wedding is a serious attempt to recapture that elusive moment when childhood melts into adolescence. The result is often touching, always strictly limited by the small scope of its small characters. Like childhood, it is full of incident but devoid of a clear plot; always working its way ahead, but always doubling back on itself; two-faced, two-minded. The soiled elbows of Frankie, the brat, keep showing below the sleeves of the orange satin bridal dress which F. Jasmine Addams, Esq. wears to her older brother's wedding.
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“The world is certainly a small place,” she said.
“What makes you say that?”
“I mean sudden,” said Frankie. “The world is certainly a sudden place.”
“Well, I don’t know,” said Berenice. “Sometimes sudden and sometimes slow.”
Frankie’s eyes were half closed, and to her own ears her voice sounded ragged, far away:
“To me it is sudden.”
That is the way it is when you are in love. Invariably. A thing known and not spoken.
Berenice began with the old same story that they had heard many times before. The story of her and Ludie Freeman. A long time ago.
“Now I am here to tell you I was happy. There was no human woman in all the world more happy than I was in them days,” she said. “And that includes everybody. You listening to me, John Henry? It includes all queens and millionaires and first ladies of the land. And I mean it includes people of all color. You hear me, Frankie? No human woman in all the world was happier than Berenice Sadie Brown.”
She had started with the old story of Ludie. And it began an afternoon in late Octorber almost twenty years ago. The story started at the place where first they met each other, in front of Camp Campbell’s Filling Station outside fo the city limits of the town. It was the time of the year when the leaves were turning and the countryside was smoky and autmn gray and gold. And the story went on from that first meeting to the wedding at the Welcome Ascension Church in Sugarville. And then on through the years with the two of them together. The house with brick front steps and the glass window son the corner of Barrow Street. The Christmas of the fox fur, and the June of the fish fry thrown for twenty-eight invited relatives and guests. The years with Berenice cooking dinner and dewing Ludie’s suits and shirts on the machine and the two of them always having a good time. And the nine months they lived up North, in the city of Cincinnati, where there was snow. Then Sugarville again, and days margining one into another, and the weeks, the months, the years together. And the pair of them always had a good time, yet it was not so much the happenings she mentioned as the way she told about these happenings that made F. Jasmine understand.
Berenice spoke in an unwinding kind of voice, and she had said that she was happier than a queen. As she told the story, it seemed to F. Jasmine that Berenice resembled a strange queen, if a queen can be colored and sitting at a kitchen table. She unwound the story of her and Ludie like a colored queen unwinding a bolt of cloth of gold—and at the end, when the story was over, her expression was always the same: the dark eye starting straight ahead, her flat nose widened and trembling, her mouth finished and sad and quiet.
I wish I was somebody else except me.
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Gangly, outspoken 12-year-old Frankie Addams yearns to belong to the "we of me," and in a Southern kitchen, pours her heart out to the family cook, Berenice. One of the most beautiful plays ever written about lonliness and love.

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