EmmaBond Gardner

A virtual repository for the bits and pieces of life I find interesting. These include (but certainly aren't limited to) digital media, NYC, history, southern culture and food, international affairs, sports, traveling to faraway lands, books, and women's rights. Even shorter musings can be found on Twitter at @EmmaBGardner.
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The revelation of this production [of “Death of a Salesman”] - drawn out by Nichol’s seamless and lipid orchestration of Willy’s disconcerting flights of imagination - is that Willy, for all his fervent dreams of the future and his fierce argument with the past, never, ever occupies his present. Even as he fights, fumes, and flounders, he is sensationally absent from his life, a kind of living ghost. It is existence, not success, that eludes him.
John Lahr in the March 26, 2012 The New Yorker