By Shusaku Endo,Francis Mathy
The principal personality of The Golden Country is Father Christopher Ferreira, a Portuguese Jesuit missionary. Given look after by way of a Christian farming neighborhood, all people seems to be to him for support, together with considered one of his leader persecutors. whilst, after merciless torture, Father Ferriera apostatizes to the disbelief of his jap converts, the play reaches a climax that's later capped in basic terms through the braveness, the Aristocracy and love of the martyrs. Father Francis Mathy’s specified advent to this tightly developed drama, which poses simple questions about the which means of religion, love and destiny, offers precious old background.