West Moon is set in Newfoundland during the time of resettlement in the mid-1960s. Though the play explores some serious social, political, moral, and theological themes, it does so with a unique blend of pathos and humor. Though the characters are dead and subject to different degrees of despair, they come vigorously alive as we meet them, for a brief while, within the confines of their mortality. This is this first authorized publication of this work by one of Newfoundland's most highly regarded writers.
Item Publish Date: 1995 / 02 / 28
Measurements: 9 in X 6 in X 15 mm
Weight: 0.13 kg
Page Count: 64