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Clock without Hands Read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Æ ➥ [Epub] ➟ Clock without Hands By Carson McCullers ➯ – Set in small town Georgia on the eve of court ordered integration Clock Without Hands is Carson McCullers's final masterpiece as well asSet in small town Georgia on the eve of court ordered integration Clock Without Hands is Carson McCullers's final masterpiece as well as her most poignant statement on race class and individual responsibility The actors in this allegory are J. McCullers writes about about small town America with such authenticity and really captures people of a certain time and place that is hard to surpass this is no exception Through racial prejudice family secrets and redemption the lives of four men bound by histories are interwoven to create a tender poignant and sometimes humorous read As the last of her novels it's arguably the best written and this is uite something considering she suffered two severe strokes along with other health problemsWhat I find striking is her ability to understand the inner workings of man right down to the core and it's such a shame that a talent like this was taken from us too soon Hat's off to you Carson

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T Malone Clock without eBook #229 a lonely dying middle aged druggist looking to redeem his misspent life Fox Clane a corrupt old judge and defender of the ways of the Old South Jester Clane the judge's orphaned grandson a directionless adoles. At first I thought the book was just about a pharmacist Malone dying of leukemia He didn’t really understand or accept the diagnosis and kept consulting new doctors only to receive the same verdictThough the book is indeed about Malone and his situation it also has an even deeper themeCarson lived in the Southern USA in the first half of the 20th Century and she was very aware of the disparity in the treatment and situation of blacks and whites and the injustice of thisOne of the main characters in the story is an elderly judge or rather Judge a former Congressman who has an exceedingly high regard for himself and excessive sense of his own importance His wife Miss Missy has recently died and his son Johnny is also dead his grandson Jester lives with himThe Judge takes on a black houseboy who acts as his “amanuensis” he writes letters for the Judge; he is an orphan with remarkable blue eyes and is called Sherman PewSherman is intent on solving the mystery of his parentage; the Judge is involved in it and reveals that he is responsible for the boy being an orphanJester has special feelings for Sherman but doesn’t dare express themThe Judge believes that civilization was founded on slavery which offends Sherman’s sensibilitiesThe main theme of the book thus turns out to be the relationship between blacks and whites and their ineuality Though the Fifteenth Amendment of the Constitution had guaranteed the blacks the right to vote no black Sherman had known or heard tell of had ever voted “Yes the American Constitution itself was a fraud”Finally the truth is revealed about the Judge Johnny and Sherman When Sherman betters his situation matters escalate and a dramatic and tragic incident occursI found the author’s prose magnificent and the portrayal of both the Judge Sherman and Malone in his predicament very convincing and realistic In fact Carson brilliantly conveys the whole noxious atmosphere of this Southern town noxious at least as regards interracial relationsTo my mind this is one of the author’s best works

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Clock without HandsCent with a strong sense of social justice and Sherman Pew an angry blue eyed black youth in search of his own identity Their interlocking stories are told with that uniue mix of humor irony power and love that marks all of McCullers's writing. Carson McCullers never fails to impress me In this grim novel of the Southern Gothic tradition she examines the growing race tensions at the cusp of the civil rights movement inter generational gaps and relations and most importantly the theme of life vs death Sheer genius from the first line Death is always the same but each man dies in his own way Another aspect of McCullers' writing that I admire is her flawless shifting of points of view between characters Despite how flawed the characters may be you cannot help but sympathize with their motives and views through the lenses of their own logic Besides this the prose and imagery are incredibly vivid I wholeheartedly recommend this one