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Monday, June 13, 2011
Up above is Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "The Campaign Begins In Earnest" and didn't he capture Barack and David Axlerod?
I was hoping to pick several books other than what I ended up with for tonight's theme post. Tennessee Williams' Collected Stories.
Williams wrote short stories but often just as a way of mapping out the play he was working on.
"One Arm" is not a play in any form, as far as I know, and that's too bad because, of all the short stories, this is the most promising.
In this one a guy loses his arm and has to make money. Then he eases his way into prostitution.
The more famous plays fail to pull you in the way you'd think because you are already familiar with their twists and turns.
This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot" for Monday: