Look at The Guardian interviews by Cormac McCarthy Knoxville News

As people close to Cormac McCarthy have said, the Ionian author “let his books speak.”

Known for “All Beautiful Horses”, “No Country for Old Men”, and “Suttrie”, McCarthy is one of America’s most respected novelists.

He is also one of the most reclusive, having chosen to give very few interviews throughout his long literary career that began in 1965.

Now 89, he has two new novels coming out this fall, his first releases since Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Way” in 2006.

the passenger“From October 25, it’s been in the business for more than a decade. And its prequel,”Stella Maris“,” on November 22. A set of both books will be available on December 6.

Knox News revisited notable excerpts and quotes from McCarthy when he spoke to us about his work during his early career in the 1960s and 1970s.

His brother Dennis McCarthy and his ex-wife Annie DeLile provided more insight into the special author in a 1990 News-Sentinel report.

Here are some of the ways the author expressed himself:

Cormac McCarthy, a publicity picture for his novel, All Pretty Horses.

Cormac McCarthy, “The Outer Darkness” (1968)

“I was living in Sevier County at the time I started writing my second novel. …I worked on it over several years, sometime in Asheville, and finished it in Spain.”

Preview of “Suttree” (1968)

This interview goes back to the time when a young McCarthy was working on his fourth novel: “The work is still in an initial draft and it is set in Knoxville,” he said.

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