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Is There Such A Thing As The "Right Regrets"?

Arthur Miller, American playwright, essayist, and prominent figure in twentieth-century American theatre, was once quoted saying:

“Maybe all one can do is hope to end up with the right regrets.” 429 more words


“Never fight fair with a stranger, boy."

“Never fight fair with a stranger, boy. You’ll never get out of the jungle that way.”

― Uncle Ben, in Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman”

The Salesman (2016)

A couple of months ago (before all hell broke loose and I almost forgot that I’m supposed to be a blogger of some sort), I went to the cinema and watched Asghar Farhadi’s… 273 more words


The Salesman

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‘The Salesman’ won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at this years Oscars. Other than the obvious controversy of the night one of the more memorable moments was directors Asghar Farhadi’s absence. 526 more words

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"You're Real Good" — Reflections on Textualities 2017


John Huston once said, “you’re good, you’re real good” (“Top 25 Quotes”). This statement encapsulates how I feel about my MA peers after seeing their presentations at Textualities 2017. 1,428 more words

Mark Ruffalo And Danny DeVito Square Off In 'The Price' - Broadway Review

From the moment he climbs onstage, cane in hand, specs at tip of nose, a snowy mustache and goatee encircling his mouth, and looking jauntily proper in three-piece pinstripe suit, Danny DeVito has us in the palm of his hands. 745 more words

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Arthur Miller's The Price: In the Style of a Better Miller.

Arthur Miller’s The Price: In the Style of a Better Miller.

By Ross

This little produced play by Arthur Miller, a later entry into this playwright’s body of work (1968), was Miller’s most successful play after  795 more words

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