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by Len Jenkin

eBook New Jerusalem download ISBN: 0940650444
Author: Len Jenkin
Publisher: Sun & Moon Press (March 1985)
Language: English
ePub: 1440 kb
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NEW JERUSALEM By Len Jenkin. 214 pp. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon Press. LEN JENKIN has pulled off something striking here: with comic-book exaggeration and a cynical luridness, he has created a delicate, moving novel set in a blasted, despairing future, early in the 21st century. New Jerusalem is the bitter, mocking name given to an island prison where the dregs of the earth are dumped by an uncaring world government.

Faber, the hard-boiled newsman who narrates, is sent on assignment to the New Jerusalem, a mysterious oriental island on which, during an experiment in penology during the 1990's, thousands of criminals were dropped and then left in isolation for several generations.

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Early in his career, Len Jenkin identified two qualities that theatre should have: wonder and heart

Early in his career, Len Jenkin identified two qualities that theatre should have: wonder and heart. Love engages the heart on the quest to experience the wonder, for though Jenkin is an experimental playwright, his plays are not abstruse symbols

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