The impact and interplay within a group of 40 people, imbued with revolutionary spirit ln the summer of 1969, a group of 40 people, imbued with revolutionary spirit, come to the rural area of Farmington, Massachusetts to create a selfstructuring community. Music for a Broken Piano vividly describes the impact and interplay within the group and the changes in their lives which occur because of the experience. Among the group, three leaders are obvious: Nathan, the official administrator and counselor, a strong, patient, dedicated man: Toni McHugh. an attractive, talented, and independent young woman; and Makar, the only black person there--a protean, mysterious, flamboyant and ometimes brutal spellbinder.
Author : James Baker Hall Release : 1982 Publisher : University of Alabama Press ISBN : 9780914590798 File Size : 69.63 MB Format : PDF Download : 826 Read : 1071