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From the Journal of Hazard McCauley

Reeves, Phil

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ISBN 10: 0881450812 / ISBN 13: 9780881450811
Verlag: Broadway Play Pub
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Titel: From the Journal of Hazard McCauley

Verlag: Broadway Play Pub

Einband: PAPERBACK

Zustand:Fine

Auflage: 1st Edition

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Two men, bivouacked on a snowy peak, ready themselves to begin the final ascent of Everest. "FROM THE JOURNAL OF HAZARD MCCAULEY is a playful title for what amounts to a psychic play - and an ambitious one ... The surprises Reeves has in store are entertaining ..." -Robert Koehler, The Los Angeles Times "The enforced isolation, the thrill of the imminent conquest, the battering of the storm outside on flimsy tent walls - this is the stuff of prime drama. Add the sudden disappearance of a Sherpa guide, one man's increasing psychosis from altitude sickness, and an inhuman cry faintly heard above the blizzard, and the work takes an unexpected leap beyond the merely interesting to a metaphysical plane where magic is routine, horror is gently implied, and the fantastic suddenly becomes real. The play is superlative ..." -F Kathleen Foley, The Reader

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FROM THE JOURNAL OF HAZARD MCCAULEY is a playful title for what amounts to a psychic play and an ambitious one.... The surprises Reeves has in store are entertaining. --Robert Koehler, Los Angeles Times

In Philip Reeves' drama, two men are bivouacked on a snowy peak, ready to begin their final ascent of Everest. The enforced isolation, the thrill of the imminent conquest, the battering of the storm outside on flimsy tent walls--this is the stuff of prime drama. Add the sudden disappearance of a Sherpa guide, one man's increasing psychosis from altitude sickness, and an inhuman cry faintly heard above the blizzard, and the work takes an unexpected leap beyond the merely Interesting to a metaphysical plane where magic is routine, horror is gently implied, and the fantastic suddenly becomes real. The play is superlative. --F Kathleen Foley, The Reader

In Philip Reeves' drama, two men are bivouacked on a snowy peak, ready to begin their final ascent of Everest. The enforced isolation, the thrill of the imminent conquest, the battering of the storm outside on flimsy tent walls--this is the stuff of prime drama. Add the sudden disappearance of a Sherpa guide, one man's increasing psychosis from altitude sickness, and an inhuman cry faintly heard above the blizzard, and the work takes an unexpected leap beyond the merely Interesting to a metaphysical plane where magic is routine, horror is gently implied, and the fantastic suddenly becomes real. The play is superlative. --F Kathleen Foley, The Reader

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