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L’homme qui marchait sur la Lune • Gallmeister

L’homme qui marchait sur la Lune by Howard McCord

The Man Who Walked to The Moon evokes the twin wildernesses of amorality — the natural and the human. William Gasper is a lone walker, a man apart, who chooses the Steen mountains, and in particular one mountain named The Moon, as his forbidding refuge. As he relates with knife-edge precision what happens on The Moon, and what brought him to this place, menace and dread gradually take hold, creating an exacting portrait of a psyche as old as myth and as present as any politician’s worst nightmare. (Winner of the Dasher Award from the College English Association of Ohio.)