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It is a lawless countryReading John Hawke’s second novel the purgatorial western The Beetle Leg is like being a small child awake during the night staring in horror at some formless dark beast of the imagination that lurks within the shadows of their room The plot notorious for its obtuseness and the stunning surrealism which furthers the difficulty of finding a handhold from which to cling churns forward with growing dread and silent monstrosities that rivals even that of Krasznahorkai’s The Melancholy of Resistance Like the formless beast in the corner it is just that the formlessness which makes it so terrifying To flip on the light and simply understand the features and shapes of which we fear shatters our dread This is true as well in horror films where the most frightening moments are those when we know there is some terror just around the corner or behind the door and to see the monster in full as opposed to just a uick flash of claw or demonic eye destroys the real horror that only the imagination can provide In effect Beetle Leg is so surreal shifting and elusive because it is not made up of the actual forms and features of life but of the shadows that they cast The Beetle Leg is very much akin to the works of Cormac McCarthy This novel published in 1951 is a precursor to McCarthy’s works but the two fit together uite well especially works such as McCarthy’s own Outer Dark As in Outer Dark Hawke’s creates a western set in a hellish wasteland of lawlessness As with McCarthy the world is a cruel place where the innocent are prey to the violence and venery of the damned and natural causes are frightening than any villain It is often repeated that the only two deaths recorded in the Government City made an official city due to the influx of workers settling there to work the dam project are from natural causes There is the incident of the ground breaking way and swallowing Mulge Lampson during a work accident and Hattie Lampson simply giving up the ghost in her old age The majority of the characters in Hawke’s novel are rather impotent compared to the violence of the natural world The biggest crimes committed are acts of lust in shallow ditches alongside the road as if they were lowly animals without the knowledge of personal dignity that would keep them from fornicating in public Those locked in the jail are so docile that they endure being kicked in the ribs by the deputy without even moving to protect themselves while snakes strike at the heels of children Nature is described in vivid figurative language of tight poetic scenery – some of the best lines are those describing the land whereas the town and characters are given very little if any description beyond thin references to misshapen features Like a proper western novel the setting is as much a character as the people If nature is a character than it is surely the foe to the people these people who are always struggling to keep it back by building up a dam by cutting a city into it and using other forms of civilization to keep it back or controlled ‘ Where the scuff country met the broad back of the highway and little clumps of sand and weed were kept from spreading by the long raised shoulder of the road’ To try and pinpoint exact meanings to the swiftly flowing black waters of plot is just as difficult as trying to merely follow where the flow is headed Hawke’s toys with time jumbling the order of several scenes and sashaying between past and present as well as between two simultaneous threads occurring in different parts of town to create an effect that time is not just something moving from A to B but something all encompassing The scenes aren’t so much strung together in a cause and effect manner one leading to the next through logical constructs but bleeding into one another the way our own dreams shift and mutate from one idea to the next It isn’t the actual tangible ideas made understandable in order to hold in our mind to turn over and examine that matter in this book It is the shadows of those tangible ideas that Hawke’s wants to immerse us into To try and make sense of the ethereal scenes that pass through our minds the reader must look into the emotions tone and feelings that resonate from the prose instead of trying to comprehend the logic of the actual events The scenes appear grounded in reality but transcend the real through highly symbolic features and surreal sense of things being slightly amiss by wrapping each action and description up in abstract metaphorical poetry Simply actions as lighting a cigarette are elevated to poetic imagery by being described as ‘ Luke swallowed the match flame the sides of the skull glowed as he cupped his hands’ Hawke’s orchestrates a brilliant symphony of symbolism to build the apocalyptic tone of his novel dipping deep into biblical allusions to gain a firm icy grip on the souls of his readers Almost every page is dripping with religious or demonic symbolism from the snakes images of fire freuent talk of flood a few pages after mentioning Mulge building an ark the fishing boat bumps into the roof peak of a house that has all but been drowned by flood and a scene when Luke feels ‘ that slit eyes had opened darkly over his shoulder’ as he is offered to trade his work boots for a pair of sandals that have crossed the globe which in a stretch seems to be a Christ reference Cap Leech is seemingly a satanic reference coming out of his ‘ nest of flames’ and with descriptions such as ‘ Leech the goat who sat in the hunched position of a man shrugged stroked the two long forks of hair at the end of his chin’ Leech also ‘possesses’ people including the Sheriff by doping them with ether and leading them to do his bidding Leech also is described as missing one of his ribs much like Adam from GenesisThe book of Genesis seems to play a very large role in the novel Take for instance the opening of chapter three which details the creation of towns in the region’ in the beginning before the sights were ever taken for Mistletoe Government City before the women and children arrived when stray cows could stop wherever they pleased below the high ground to water and the water in its turn could slug downstream to flood’Compare that to the opening to Genesis using a 1970’s translation from The New American Bible which is not an ideal source but it just so happens to be within my lazy drunken reach at the moment’ In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth the earth was a formless wasteland and darkness covered the abyss while a mighty wind swept over the waters’While the parallels between the two sentences alone are enough to take note but not enough to wonder if it is purely coincidence the whole of Beetle Leg with its wasteland setting and its own abyss that claimed the life of Mulge Lampson pushes toward a belief that this is than just chance Hawke’s also includes ‘ Eve’s slimy pool an unshielded dip of water in the waves of earth thatappeared to be covered with palm leaves broad clay veined shadow’ which makes one wonder if this ‘ little purgatory’ setting could be the eviction from Eden ‘ The first man had died in Eden they pronounced him dead And now with brightening eye he found himself sitting in the middle of the washed out garden’s open hearth’ There is enough evidence to argue that the rockslide that claimed Mulge was indicative of the casting out from Eden He did eat of the forbidden fruit as he allegedly bedded the cook during his year of marriage and for that was swallowed up by the earth Or perhaps is this town truly representative of purgatory The whole thread of the novels present occurs in one night keeping everything bathed in a dark shadowy gloom This also could account for the strange handling of past and present as time ceases to have meaning when faced with eternity This is also in keeping with Bohn being ‘born from death’ pulled out and maimed by Leech’s tongs from the womb of his deceased mother Perhaps this is why they sit around drinking and joking the one day Mulge will crawl up through the dirt and walk the earth again like Jesus back from the dead signaling that they can move on and into heaven Mulge does border on being a Christ figure at times his death being a symbol of the townspeople and the nightly pilgrimages Ma takes to the place of his deathTo simply use the religious context of the novel however would be to cheapen it and pigeonhole it into some corner of deconstruction and literary criticism and ultimately the Beetle Leg would be able to wiggle free from the straps holding it to that operating table and present itself as something much greater There are many pagan allusions as well and a great deal of effort is put forth by the Sheriff in his insistence that the moon and astrological signs are what controls not only the crops but our own destinies as well Hawke’s treats the religious and pagan symbols as relics or trinkets which he scatters across the landscape that he illustrates for us There are far facets to this novel than can be addressed here which is stunning for a novel of only 159 pages The dam project is most likely an outlet of the New Deal projects and the damnation of the characters could be a reflection of their so REVIEW ☆ NATURAL-TREATMENT.CO.UK Ö John Hawkes

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