By Christopher Buice. Once upon a time, there was a village with a road that went straight through the center of town. One day, something strange happened. God walked down the road. She wore a long flowing robe and on top of her head there was a wonderful hat. All the people stopped to stare at God as she walked by, and they kept staring until she disappeared in the distance. It was a red hat! As the two argued, others joined in the dispute. Soon the whole village was arguing.
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Hermes is considered the herald of the gods, as well as the protector of human heralds, travellers, thieves,  merchants, and orators. Hermes plays the role of the psychopomp or " soul guide " — a conductor of souls into the afterlife. In myth, Hermes functioned as the emissary and messenger of the gods,  and was often presented as the son of Zeus and Maia , the Pleiad. Just as well, he is regarded as "the divine trickster,"  for which Homer offers the most popular account in his Hymn to Hermes. His attributes and symbols include the herma , the rooster , the tortoise , satchel or pouch, talaria winged sandals , and winged helmet or simple petasos , as well as the palm tree , goat , the number four, several kinds of fish, and incense.
It depicts the life of a violent young outcast and serial killer in s Appalachian Tennessee. Though the novel received critical praise, it was not a financial success. Like its predecessor Outer Dark , Child of God established McCarthy's interest in using extreme isolation, perversity, and violence to represent human experience. Set in mountainous Sevier County, Tennessee , in the s, Child of God tells the story of Lester Ballard, a dispossessed, violent man whom the narrator describes as "a child of God much like yourself perhaps. Successively deprived of parents and homes and with few other ties, Ballard descends literally and figuratively to the level of a cave-dweller as he falls into crime and degradation. The novel is structured in three segments, each segment describing the advancing isolation of the protagonist from society. In the first part of the novel, a group of unidentified narrators from Sevierville describe Lester to the audience and frame him within that community's mythology and historical consciousness. The second and third parts of the novel increasingly leave culture and community behind as Lester goes from squatter to cave-dweller to serial killer and necrophile as he becomes increasingly associated with premodern and inanimate phenomena.