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Marlon Brando and Elia Kazan: a symbiotic relationship

Elia Kazan and Marlon Brando go together like fine wine and ripe cheese. Like platinum and diamonds. Like Kim K and a selfie stick… You get the idea. 1,932 more words

1950's

Be Still

Terrorist attacks and mass shootings bring to the foreground a high level of existential fear that hides in the shadows.  Politicians like Donald Trump play to the fears of the crowd with great bombast.  590 more words

Spirituality

A cold

Helluva cold that was. It hit out of the blue–don’t they always–and rapidly whipped through the usual litany of symptoms, finishing up it’s business yesterday. I cursed my healthy immune system–that’s all the symptoms of a cold are, really, your immune system getting hysterical–and watched a lot of old movies. 45 more words

Autobiography,memoirs And Confessions

Be happy

The morning I left Colorado for Arizona, by coincidence or providence, “Hey Jude” was playing on the radio as we pulled away.  I gazed upon Pikes Peak and mumbled along to the words, singing softly as tears streamed down my face. 839 more words

Rants

Period D. Streetcar. Blog 6 (Due 11/14).

Scholars,

For your second blog on Streetcar Named Desire, please consider the following broad theme:

Discuss the ways in which Williams uses lightness and darkness to create meaning in the play.  56 more words

Williams

Period B. Streetcar. Blog 6 (Due 11/14).

Scholars,

For your second blog on Streetcar Named Desire, please consider the following broad theme:

Discuss the ways in which Williams uses lightness and darkness to create meaning in the play.  56 more words

Williams

Period A. Streetcar. Blog 6 (Due 11/14).

Scholars,

For your second blog on Streetcar Named Desire, please consider the following broad theme:

Discuss the ways in which Williams uses lightness and darkness to create meaning in the play.  56 more words

Williams