Letters in Wartime

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Playwrights Canada Press, 2005 - Drama - 53 pages
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Can young love survive the lurking perils of World War II, especially when the closest thing to an embrace from your sweetheart is an occasional censored letter? Allan, a young RCAF pilot, and Moira, an auxiliary worker at Blatchford Field, Edmonton, try desperately to maintain their long-distance relationship, but is the printed word enough to keep love alive in a world turned upside down? This powerful enactment of a wartime adventure highlights the struggles, on both sides of the Atlantic, that test love's ability to conquer time, distance, war and even human nature.

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Kenneth Brown is one of Western Canada's most prolific writers for the theatre. Of his eight one-man shows, four have had national broadcasts in Canada and one in Germany.

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