Mary Kathleen Turner, better known as Kathleen Turner, is an American film and stage actress and director. Known for her distinctive husky voice, Turner has won two Golden Globe Awards and has been nominated for an Academy Award.
the loneliness is of Central importance for her career, which spans More Than half a century.
"You could almost say I live a quarantined life anyway. "
The author, 78, sold More Than 11 million books, and was Austen compared to Jane.
Nick Hornby , meanwhile, said that she is his favorite writer.
"It is very sad to walk through the forest every morning, which is where the students walk to school and not see a single child.
"We should not mix in any way," she adds. "I always have these Two Friends come over for the "wine-therapy", as we call it, and I just cancelled. "
"It would derail the small, private story, to say The One I Am trying," she explains. "I think it would be really thinking in the wrong direction, if I start to suddenly talk about the Corona Virus in this stage, in One of my books. "
"I'm very much a believer in letting things be old before we write about them. In other words, I've never written about the World Trade Center, you know, and I don't have good books to read about it, to be honest. But I think that in 20 years, you have a good. "The Accidental Tourist was written with the Oscar-winning Film, 1988
overall, Tyler has 23 novels. Almost all of them are in Baltimore, where she lived since 1967.
The Accidental Tourist was made into a Hollywood Film in 1988, with William Hurt , Geena Davis and Kathleen Turner She won the Pulitzer Prize Teach in The Following year, for the Breathe; and A Spool of Blue Thread was on the shortlist for the Booker Prize in the year 2015.
your large topic of the family and in all of her books, she focuses on Ordinary People living unremarkable.
she says she feels "comfortable" to write from a male perspective.
"I think it's because I had such a good father and Three Brothers , and two grandfathers, all of which I find out of the heart of love, and I just feel very comfortable, what A Man can think about Something . "
which raises the question of whether it is ever as limits for an author's imagination?
Recently, American dirt, a novel by a white American author, Jeanine Cummins , written from the perspective of Mexican migrants, has sparked a debate about cultural appropriation in literature. Cummins ' publishing canceled her book tour, fear of violence, because the emotions were so high.
"I think I would be very presumptuous to, from the point of view of, let's say, an inner-city, African-American, because I think there is so much that I you are wrong.
"I think I would be entitled to do it, if I wanted to, But I think,
I would be laughed out of the literary world of anyone who was black and said, 'Boy, you really messed up", you know?"Tyler is the oldest of four siblings and did not attend school until the Age Of 11
Tyler likes to stick with what she knows best. It has been said that she writes essentially the same book, to explore the lives of middle-class Americans, who always and again and again.
"is It fair," she laughs. "I always say, if I start a book, "this One 's gonna be different'.
"About half way through, I say, 'Oh, damn, it's the same book again and again. '
she says she can't imagine quit writing, even though "The World is not yet another of my books", and explains the need: "I have no Hobbies. And it really makes me happy to write. So this is what I do, still. "
she even an idea for your next novel"Surprise, surprise. It's about A Family in Baltimore," she laughs.
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