Aaron Gwyn

Cormac McCarthy is gone – but his works remain brilliantly alive

Cormac McCarthy (r) with director John Hillcoat (Credit: Getty images)

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Aaron Gwyn

Aaron Gwyn is a short story author, novelist and an associate professor of English at University of North Carolina Charlotte.

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