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Writer Paul Darc Boles
understanding is enough a part
of Carp Rambo, that, if he has no .
control over his destiny, he is able
to act positively within its limi
tations and likeswise do his shareV
to help people in his life come to
giips with their lots.4
BOLES writes sensually: it is a
visually rich prose, and the
author needs few words to evoke- ' ,
a scene and make its moments
meaningful. It is a style that fits
in effectively with the versatile
technique he employsl t
The first book as a thud-per
son narrativeswhile Caip Rambo'
story is told as Carp himself would
Iase told it. Boles iinfusesCais
southern United States,
"Glenport. Illinois" is the most
ambitious of the four novels in
terms of the books physical scope
The author traces a boy's growth
to manhood, but does so through
the use of a different narrative
technique,
We see Tone Grayleaf first,
through the eyes of his father
because the boy is toa young to
grasp the sensations of their mi-
gration to Glenport, and the new-t
ness is almost the same for the oe a T n sh y
older man. Then, as the boy ??
gcows, we see ;he Worldthrough
his eye; but as his being effects r '.,
others, we see him as his friends
observe him. JACKET DESIGN FROM 'DEADLINE
We see him as would the mother ... the editor must take a stand on segregation
of his best friend; when he is
older, his wife's eyes, those of ter works alone, but that he regation, although the Supreme
someone come to Glenport from shares the fruits of that labor Court decision had a 1 r e a d y
outside, are the focal points. It is with the world. The other mean- aroused the South.
a more controlled technique than ing is more in keeping with Mr. In a few days, the publishers
the regular omniscient approach Boles' creed: that the subject would be back from Chicago
and, in Boles' hands, it is tsed matter is, at first, personal, but where they have received orders
most effectively, eventually the writer must articu- from their board of directors, a
My only objection is a personal late about his involvement in the group of men too far away from
one, that any omniscient view- world, of his obligation and his the crisis to fully understand. He
point forfeits a sense of individual glory as a man, must seek out people who can
experience that a more unified He tackles such a universal help him understand, such as his
technique offers. problem in his fourth book. friend Louis, a successful free-
"Deadline" is about the editor of lance writer, and the poet Garon
ILSEWHERE in his essay, the a southern newspaper who must Loring.
author contends writing is "at make his decision, as to his per- A drinking bout with Louis puts
one and the same time a personal sonal stand on the segregation is- George in contact with more peo-
and a universal experience." This sue. ple who are interested in his de-
can be read two ways. More than anything else, how- cision, while a visit to Garon's
It could be merely that the wri- ever, this book shows the author's farm, confronts him with the
concern for man's involvement poet's personal difficulties which
with his fellow man, this time on likewise serve to guide his deci-
aa much arger scale. sion.
Vrd 3 4Where Tagh was mostly iso- No one can call Paul Darcy
lated, and Carp Rambo's involve- Boles a literary figure; however,
ments were solely personal; and that frees him from the harbin-
Tone Grayleaf, except in his pri- gers of notoriety. He need never
vate life, was not crucially in- have his picture taken in the lap
volved in society, George Case, of a movie star, nor assume any
the hero of "Deadline," is respon- other ridiculous pose.
sible to his orld for many things. He is merely a good writer who,
with each book, makes a more vi-
[BHE STORY encompasses svei- tat contribution to his field. In
GC al days in George Case's life. time, he will get the belated re-
f..:=R.O He has not taken a stand on seg- ognition he deserves.

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