Pendragon: A Play
Samuel French, Inc., 2003 - 88 pages
In this robust and compelling tale commissioned and produced by the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, John Rhys Pendragon is at Guernica during the Fascist bombing in 1937. His memories take him back to 1910 and conjure up Mark Twain, Teddy Roosevelt, James J. Jeffries and Ernest Hemingway as the play pieces together his remarkable life, recalls his three lost loves and vividly portrays colorful characters he has interviewed. This unique American love story is part of the author's cycle, The Pendragon Plays.
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