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A Stellar “August: Osage County” at The Old Globe

  Director Sam Gold’s staging of “August: Osage County” at the Old Globe closes with the quiet Native American housekeeper Johnna standing at the top of a steep staircase that leads to her attic room. Below her is cruel, cancer-ridden … Continue reading

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Welcome to The Inward Eye

The title of my blog comes from William Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud,” more commonly called “Daffodils.” The popular 1804 poem closes with lines that sum up, in simple language, his notion of poetry as “emotion recollected in … Continue reading

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