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Death of a Salesman, King Lear, and Oedipus Rex: Lies and Myths.

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I believe that the common man is as apt a subject for tragedy in its highest sense as kings were.’

— Arthur Miller, ‘Tragedy and the Common Man

I was, only a few short days ago, channel-hopping to find something half decent to watch when I literally stumbled upon BBC Four and a repeat showing of an interview of Anthony Sher…

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Marc Barham

Marc Barham

Column @ on iconic books, TV shows/films: Time Travel Peregrinations. Reviewed all episodes of ‘Dark’ @ site.

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