BEEBUZZARDS ATOP THE CARCASS
Rogues or Saints
By Clarence W. Dawson
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Are collegians Carl and Lawrence, alias “The Beebuzzards,” villains or Sir Galahads? Go with them in The Carcass (an old Model T) to comically “chastise” a cruel hermit who lives on their beloved desert in the mid-1930s. Watch them as they humorously “punish” a choir director bent on seducing their preacher’s daughter. Sit with them in church when they rubber-band a tinfoil missile into the bald head of Lawrence’s snoring cousin Boyd, prompting the minister’s mother to exclaim to the pained outburster, “Young man, I believe you’ve got the Holy Ghost!” See them on many more chuckle-grabbing adventure as they poke fun at other “victims” and themselves, sometimes impersonating characters who run the gamut from witty British scholars to laughter-provoking hillbillies.
Clarence W. Dawson, author of numerous magazine articles and Sunday newspaper features, is the author of two other novels, Return of Montezuma and Desert Vendetta. Born in Louisiana, Dawson spent most of his life in Texas, where he taught high school Spanish, English, and journalism. While teaching the latter subject, he was proclaimed Texas’ Journalism Teacher of the Year and was inducted into the Order of the Golden Quill. He holds BA and MA degrees from Hardin-Simmons University.
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