The Man Who Fell in Love With the MoonBook - 1991
Set against the harsh reality of an unforgiving landscape and culture, The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon provides a vision of the Old West unlike anything seen before. The narrator, Shed, is one of the most memorable characters in contemporary fiction: a half-Indian bisexual boy who lives and works at the Indian Head Hotel in the tiny town of Excellent, Idaho. It's the turn of the century, and the hotel carries on a prosperous business as the town's brothel. The eccentric characters working in the hotel provide Shed with a surrogate family, yet he finds in himself a growing need to learn the meaning of his Indian name, Duivichi-un-Dua, given to him by his mother, who was murdered when he was twelve.
Publisher: New York, NY : Atlantic Monthly Press, c1991.
Edition: 1st ed.
Branch Call Number: FICTION Span-, bauer, Tom
Characteristics: 355 p. ;,24 cm.