The Jeweller's Shop - Book By Karol Wojtyla (later: Pope John Paul II)
Love is "one of the greatest dramas of human existence," wrote Pope John Paul II. In this illuminating three-act play he explores the relationships between men and women, the joys and the pain of love and marriage. The action unfolds in two settings at once, a street in a small town outside the local jeweller's shop where people go to buy their weddings rings, and the mysterious inner landscape of personal hopes and fears, loves and longing. Writing with power and understanding about love, the Pope addresses such fundamental human concerns as: What does it mean to fall in love? This is a play full of wisdom, it provides a special insight into the thoughts of the man who, like no other, captured the imagination of people of all faiths throughout the world.