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L'homme qui marchait sur la Lune Gallmeister Emiliano Ponzi

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.)