Night Thoughts (Hardcover)

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One the great contemporary American playwrights. You may know him for the many films he has appeared in. Night Thoughts is an incisive and moral examination of the "lucky" and the "unlucky". 

— From Greg

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Although he is guided and inspired by the people he respects, and despite the insufficiency of his knowledge and experience--an insufficiency shared by most (or all) other humans, Wallace Shawn can't see any real alternative to trying to figure out his own answers to the most essential questions about the world he lives in.

Having recently passed the age of seventy, before which he found it difficult to piece together more than a few fragments of understanding, Shawn would like to pass on anything he's learned before death or dementia close down the brief window available to him, but he may not be ready yet.

About the Author


Wallace Shawn is an Obie Award-winning playwright and a noted stage and screen actor (Star Trek, Gossip Girl, The Princess Bride, Toy Story). His plays The Designated Mourner and Marie and Bruce have recently been produced as films. He is co-author of the movie My Dinner with Andre and author of the plays The Fever, The Designated Mourner, Aunt Dan and Lemon, and Grasses of a Thousand Colors. His book Essays was published by Haymarket Books. His play Evening at the Talk House premiered at Socialism 2014
Product Details
ISBN: 9781608468126
ISBN-10: 1608468127
Publisher: Haymarket Books
Publication Date: June 20th, 2017
Pages: 92
Language: English