The Jeweler's Shop

by Karol Wojtyla

Hardcover, 1980

Barcode

4930

Call number

792 JPII

Status

Available

Call number

792 JPII

Pages

75

Description

This powerful drama explores relationships between men and women, and aspects of human existence as expressed through love and marriage. Written by Karol Wojtyla in 1960, it traces the love of three couples -- one happily planning their wedding; the second, long married but not happy; the third about to marry amid doubts. A drama of modern human existence, it probes the constant challenge of love in our lives.Produced specifically for listening, the performance is enhanced by the use of simple musical themes that add to its dramatic impact. The contemporary character of this play is spiritual and religious without being devotional.A showcase performance of The Jeweler's Shop -- produced by Outer-Circle Critics Award winner George Gordon -- was given in New York in 1994 and was the basis of this specially recorded production.… (more)

Publication

Random House (1980), Edition: 1st, 75 pages

ISBN

0394510313 / 9780394510316

Rating

(16 ratings; 4.1)

Language

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