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Clock Without Hands

Author : Carson McCullers
ISBN : 9780718196103
Genre : Fiction
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In this thoughtful and moving novel, four men find themselves inextricably bound together by their past histories. The aged Judge Clane dreams of resurrecting the confederacy, while his grandson, Jester, is involuntarily drawn to Sherman, a volatile black orphan who feels the sharp sting of racial injustice, especially when he finds out the truth about his parentage. Through the eyes of these individuals Carson McCullers explores the roots of racial prejudice and the dual moralities of the town's leading whites.
Category: Fiction

A Clock Without Hands

Author : Guy Burt
ISBN : 9780307414380
Genre : Fiction
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“I want to turn back the hands on the clock and change it all, make it different; three friends who meet up by chance in an old city and share a beer and laugh at old stories and jokes. But it wasn’t like that; and the clock has no hands, so I can’t turn them back.” [p.171] Alex Carlise has returned to a place he thought he’d never see again, outside of his dreams. As he walks the ochre-dusted road to the house in which he grew up, the memories of his young life in a small Italian town push all other thoughts out of his head: thoughts about the major exhibition of his artwork opening soon in London, thoughts of the myriad things he should be doing in preparation–everything subsides to make room for the warm flood of a time long past. When he opens the door to the now-deserted house, he is suddenly seven again. There is Jamie, his first friend, his best friend; Anna, his first love; and the delicious days they spent exploring the valley and swimming in the cerulean blue Mediterranean Sea. It all comes back to Alex in a way he can neither control nor discern. But the memories are insistent, demanding. Soon Alex loses entire hours to the past, overwhelmed by the haunting memories of a youth turned tragic. Alex remembers the day he, Jamie, and Anna went to their favorite place, an abandoned church far up in the hills. There they stumbled upon a man, injured and sick. From this discovery, a series of events tumbled forth that would change them all forever. Alex now realizes that he must confront the truth about himself, about the echoes of the past that still haunt him, and about the friends whose legacy has meant only devastation. Guy Burt’s vision of youth is piercingly accurate, and his sense of how time can play tricks on the mind is startling. Haunting, eerie, and remarkably assured, The Clock Without Hands will resonate with the child that hides inside your own memories. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Fiction


Author : S. A. George
ISBN : 9780595244492
Genre : Fiction
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This is a sequel to "Anatoly-Anatoly the Adventure Continues". It is the story about a man, Anatoly Glass, caught up in the terror of World War II. The product of an experiment by the Nazi S.S., he turns his rage and anger on those who were responsible. He conceals his past and forms an empire run by an elite group of bodyguards. This group headed by Anatoly Glass has missions, national and international, to make right what is wrong with the world. His past is always about to catch up with him and finally does. His youthful appearance hides a life of pain and misery. He is a dangerous man who tries to atone for his misdeeds."Anatoly-Clock Without Hands" is the sequel to "Anatoly, Anatoly the Adventure Continues". Anatoly Glass and the 'inner circle' pursue new missions and projects travelling to exotic countries.
Category: Fiction

The Figure In Film

Author : N. Roy Clifton
ISBN : 0874131898
Genre : Performing Arts
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An application of the classical figures of speech to the criticism of the motion picture. The author defines and illustrates each figure by literary analysis, then presents the filmic analogies. The occurrence in film of fantasy, allegory, and abstraction are also discussed.
Category: Performing Arts

American Women Fiction Writers 1900 1960

Author : Harold Bloom
ISBN : 0791044815
Genre : Fiction
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Provides a brief profile of each author and selections from literary criticism of each author's major works
Category: Fiction

Twentieth Century American Literature

Author : Harold Bloom
ISBN : UOM:39015013113181
Genre : Literary Collections
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Excerpts from interviews, and reviews discuss the life and works of American authors from the early twentieth century to the present
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105012787987
Genre : English literature
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Lovers And Beloveds

Author : Gary Richards
ISBN : 9780807132463
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A challenge to traditional criticism, this engaging study demonstrates that issues of sexuality-and same-sex desire in particular-were of central importance in the literary production of the Southern Renaissance. Especially during the end of that period-approximately the 1940s and 1950s-the national literary establishment tacitly designated the South as an allowable setting for fictionalized deviancy, thus permitting southern writers tremendous freedom to explore sexual otherness. In Lovers and Beloveds, Gary Richards draws on contemporary theories of sexuality in reading the fiction of six writers of the era who accepted that potentially pejorative characterization as an opportunity: Truman Capote, William Goyen, Harper Lee, Carson McCullers, Lillian Smith, and Richard Wright. Richards skillfully juxtaposes forgotten texts by those writers with canonical works to identify the complex narratives of same-sex desire. In their novels and stories, the authors consistently reimagine gender roles, centralize homoeroticism, and probe its relationship with class, race, biological sex, and southern identity. This is the first book to assess the significance of same-sex desire in a broad range of southern texts, making a crucial contribution to the study of both literature and sexuality.
Category: Literary Criticism