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Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? An appealing title for a savage, grim, searing, three hour dialogue between a historian and his wife. The personal situation, dominated by a screeching Earth Mother, the historian’s wife, provides the focus of … Continue reading
The rock star personas. The great wealth. The love of publicity. The elitism. The somewhat shoddy intellectual foundation. The almost subservient conformity with regard to the established order, exposes both men to the charge of opportunism and insincerity. Though, to … Continue reading
We have just passed the forty-forth anniversary of the Six Day War. In part, a war based on certain reclamation myths and Jewish revisionism that appropriates necessary ingredients form the bible into the mythological recipe of a national homeland. Somewhat … Continue reading
Life and Art Not while the fever of the blood is strong, The heart throbs loud, the eyes are veiled, no less With passion than with tears, the Muse shall bless The poet-sould to help and soothe with song. Not … Continue reading