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  • Child of God
  • Cormac McCarthy
  • English
  • 23 January 2020
  • 9780679728740

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Were there darker provinces of night he would have found them There is a uote by David Foster Wallace that good fiction s job is to comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable Cormac McCarthy s trim third novel Child of God is an optimal example of this sentiment as it manages to provide the counterparts of the both comfortable and disturbed elements within the reader by offering them an unflinching portrait of baseness and demanding reaction The short novel chronicles the hellish descent of Lester Ballard into the maelstroms of human depravity from simple onanistic voyeurism to murder and necrophilia Yet McCarthy reminds us that Ballard is a child of God much like yourself perhaps and reminds us of how human we really are Through sparse and stupendous prose McCarthy drags the human soul through the mud and muck of this gruesome parable to show us the degradation of humanity when chased into the shadows by isolation and ostracization showing us wickedness and making us feel much to the reader s discomfort eual parts disgust and empathy To open a McCarthy novel is to step into a nightmarish wasteland of the soul built out of breathtaking bricks of penetrating prose Through language that borders on biblical and flourishes effortlessly like tangled ivy on Greek pillars McCarthy brings the reader into the dirty dregs of a small Tennessee town and makes them practically smell the damp soil and sweaty backs and gunpowder of the novel Broken up into three parts each uniue in style and execution McCarthy unfolds the story of Lester Ballard through the eyes and ears of the locals as well as his omniscient narration Each voice is a piece of the puzzle to understanding Ballard fleshing him out by examining him from many angles and views while also constructing a penetrating look at those around him Child of God is another impressive addition to the American mythology of darkness that McCarthy has builtThe story of Lester Ballard is not for the sueamish as McCarthy illuminates his depravity without ever shielding the readers eyes from the disgusting sights It is what readers of McCarthy have come to expect McCarthy is an expert in probing the depths of the human soul and rubbing in our faces all the darkest and most disturbing elements the imagination can find down there in the shadows we try to conceal and forget Ballard does the unthinkable and inexcusable again and again yet McCarthy does not create him as a flat pure evil character He has much in store for our souls to digest and wrestle with Chronicling his life McCarthy depicts Ballard as a man alienated by his community chased like a rat into hiding because of his differences and difficulties putting on a normal persona in the world Ostracized isolated and with no one to turn to Ballard has little choice but to give in to his alarmingly abominable ways Occasionally he is called out of the darkness some old shed self that came yet from time to time in the name of sanity a hand to gentle him back from the rim of his disastrous wrath However being so withdrawn and removed from society the voice of civilized reason is most often lost in the wilderness of wickedness His criminal acts seem a way he has found to give voice to a sense of impotence and alienation he has felt all his life You ain t even a man You re just a crazy thing a girl says to him It is easy to just consider him a thing a being removed from us so that we can despise and scorn him without inner remorse It keeps us safe from identifying with him from having to understand him or see life through his eyes But is he just a thing or is he still a man We are reminded that Lester Ballard is a child of God and not so different from you or I Those of the religious faith are taught to forgive and love thy brothers and sisters as we are all cut from the same cloth Ballard too And to deny him of this would be to deny God s word and this is the skillful and wonderfully ironic moral conundrum McCarthy imposes on the reader Let he who is free from sin cast the first stone is a statement from the Bible pointing out that we all bear the scars of sin and can we really judge Ballard without then judging ourselves Religious or not this is a uandary that tests our moral judgment and reminds us that all of us are capable of evilAll the bleakness aside it is hard to not be astounded by McCarthy s dexterity with prose styling and his way with diction And despite the grim context this is actually uite a darkly comical novel at times Ballard gets swindled trying to sell watches bootleggers are too drunk to find their own hiding places and other sorts of gross yet somehow humorous elements keep the book from being too flatly dark It is not an enjoyable read yet there is much enjoyment to keep the reader thinking and turning pages It is short as to not begrudge the reader with too much darkness and entertaining and engaging enough so that most can finish it in a sitting or twoThis is a bleak novel with little to nothing in the way of redemption within the book However this is because the redemption rests within the reader can we look into the heart of another man and disregard him as pure evil Is everything black or white or can we feel pity even for those who are the epitome of depravity Lester Ballard is chased from society eventually having to hide in caves like a wild beast or a descent into hell and we must uestion if he is just an evil man or a product of his circumstances This isn t to say that he is to be cleared of his crimes but it does make an interesting point about humanity I was glad to have read this book on a bright sunny day beside a case of fine IPAs which lasted the duration of reading this book as the novel left me feeling cold and hard and hollow on the inside Child of God might be my least favorite of McCarthy s novels Suttree toping my list but it still packs a wallop of a punch Bleak and brutal yet darkly funny this book is not for everyone But if you are willing to stare into the eyes of darkness and voyage into the deepest recesses of the human heart McCarthy is the ideal tour guide45 What sort of meanness have you got laid out for next Sri Dasam Granth Sahib yourself perhaps and reminds us of how human we really are Through sparse and stupendous prose McCarthy drags the human soul through the mud and muck of this gruesome parable to show us the degradation of humanity when chased into the shadows by isolation and ostracization showing us wickedness and making us feel much to the reader s discomfort eual parts disgust and empathy To open a McCarthy novel is to step into a nightmarish wasteland of the soul built out of breathtaking bricks of penetrating prose Through language that borders on biblical and flourishes effortlessly like tangled ivy on Greek pillars McCarthy brings the reader into the dirty dregs of a small Tennessee town and makes them practically smell the damp soil and sweaty backs and gunpowder of the novel Broken up into three parts each uniue in style and execution McCarthy unfolds the story of Lester Ballard through the eyes and ears of the locals as well as his omniscient narration Each voice is a piece of the puzzle to understanding Ballard fleshing him out by examining him from many angles and views while also constructing a penetrating look at those around him Child of God is another impressive addition to the American mythology of darkness that McCarthy has builtThe story of Lester Ballard is not for the sueamish as McCarthy illuminates his depravity without ever shielding the readers eyes from the disgusting sights It is what readers of McCarthy have come to expect McCarthy is an expert in probing the depths of the human soul and rubbing in our faces all the darkest and most disturbing elements the imagination can find down there in the shadows we try to conceal and forget Ballard does the unthinkable and inexcusable again and again Down a Narrow Path yet McCarthy does not create him as a flat pure 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and his way with diction And despite the grim context this is actually uite a darkly comical novel at times Ballard gets swindled trying to sell watches bootleggers are too drunk to find their own hiding places and other sorts of gross The Analogy Book of Related Words Your Secret Shortcut to Power Writing yet somehow humorous elements keep the book from being too flatly dark It is not an enjoyable read Akademie X: Lessons in Art + Life yet there is much enjoyment to keep the reader thinking and turning pages It is short as to not begrudge the reader with too much darkness and entertaining and engaging enough so that most can finish it in a sitting or twoThis is a bleak novel with little to nothing in the way of redemption within the book However this is because the redemption rests within the reader can we look into the heart of another man and disregard him as pure evil Is everything black or white or can we feel pity even for those who are the epitome of depravity Lester Ballard is chased from society eventually having to hide in caves like a wild beast or a descent into hell and we must uestion if he is just an evil man or a product of his circumstances This isn t to say that he is to be cleared of his crimes but it does make an interesting point about humanity I was glad to have read this book on a bright sunny day beside a case of fine IPAs which lasted the duration of reading this book as the novel left me feeling cold and hard and hollow on the inside Child of God might be my least favorite of McCarthy s novels Suttree toping my list but it still packs a wallop of a punch Bleak and brutal Viata lui Ceausescu. 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