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Both Clanes are haunted by the memory of the Judge's son and Jester's father, John, who committed suicide after the unsuccessful defense of a Negro accused of murdering the husband of a white woman with whom he had been intimate. For the Judge, the suicide represents a mysterious act of personal spite; for Jester, it is a puzzle he must solve in order to establish his own identity. An important clue to the puzzle is a blue-eyed Negro, Sherman Pew, a sullen poseur who insults white men but lives slavishly by the standards of bourgeois advertising.
Bibliographies Stewart, Stanley. "Carson McCullers, 1940-1956: A Selected Checklist," Bulletin of Bibliography, 22:182-85 (April 1959). 47 LAWRENCE GRAVER Phillips, Robert S. "Carson McCullers: 1956-1964: A Selected Checklist," Bulletin of Bibliography, 24:113-16 (September-December 1964). Critical Studies Baldanza, Frank. "Plato in Dixie," Georgia Review, 12:151-67 (1958). Eisinger, Chester E. Fiction of the Forties. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1963. Pp. 243-58. Emerson, Donald. "The Ambiguities of Clock without Hands," Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature, 3:15-28 (Fall 1962).
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