Bells of Moses Henry Features a cast of credible characters whom Willie Graves a mulatto boy follows from whore houses to railroad boxcars to the homes of southern folk in search of security redemption understanding

  • Title: Bells of Moses Henry
  • Author: Peter Skinner
  • ISBN: 9780978997458
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • Features a cast of credible characters whom Willie Graves, a mulatto boy, follows from whore houses to railroad boxcars to the homes of southern folk in search of security, redemption, understanding, and love.

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    1. Peter Skinner's novel, The Bells of Moses Henry is a modern day naturalist's tale that is a study of the people and landscape of The Old Dominion State in the 1950s. Skinner does not flinch from a close-up view of racism, prostitution and spiritualism as he drags us through the fertile landscape of Virginia, the island Tangier and the swamps of the Outer Banks of North Carolina with a Hobo named Stick and a teenage fugitive named Willie Graves. The story of Willie Graves begins in a Charlottesvi [...]

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