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Uncle Vanya

Uncle Vanya. Chekov’s picture of life in the provinces. Love, work and boredom. With revolvers. Continue reading

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Ibsen and the Bunny Boilers

Recently, I’ve begun to ‘have a go’ at Henrik Ibsen’s plays. Why should I care? you ask.  Isn’t he that beardy, old Norweigan bloke who wrote about potty women? Well, actually you should care, if you’re remotely interested in the … Continue reading

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