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So theme is the theme of today’s blog. Themes and symbols and all that English Lit 101 stuff. Except English Literature courses are usually designed to enhance the reading experience; to make the student a more discerning bibliophile. Now, don’t get … Continue reading
In his opening song for Into the Woods appropriately titled, I Wish, Stephen Sondheim has his characters tell the audience what they want: [STEMOTHER & STEPSISTERS] To see the King- [JACK & MOTHER] To sell the cow- [BAKER & WIFE] To … Continue reading