Adapted from William Wharton's novel of the same name, this play tells the story of a man who is incarcerated in a mental hospital and believes himself to be a bird.--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
The depth of description about a bird, and its daily life, is described here in a way I have come across before. But thats not what its all about. There are many concepts discovered here, and it makes the reader ponder. Issues such as war, friendship, love, dreams, insanity and sanity.
I especially got involved in Birdy's dream. I am a bit of a dreamer too. He goes onto explore the fact that maybe we living now, is a dream. And the dream that both you and I will have tonight, is actually our real life. I liked this view.
Buy the book, its very much out of the ordinary, and I hope you really enjoy it as much as I did! Happy Reading!