Thursday, February 17, 2005
I didn't say anything at all about the death of Arthur Miller, or the assassination of Rafiq Hariri, or even the row around Ken Livingstone. On Miller, I remember vividly studying The Crucible at school: our class was assigned parts to read, and I got Governor Danforth, the menacing state authority who appears towards to end. Here's a lesson: I really, really enjoyed Danforth's lines. Fascism can be fun.
Posted by Alex at 1:58 pm