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Patterns of Tragicomedy in Shaw

Patterns of Tragicomedy in Bernard Shaw By CD Sidhi, Bahari Publishers, 1978 The evolution of tragedy and comedy merged into a new species called the Tragi-Comedy. Happy Endings in historical tragicomedy can be found as far back as he 17th … Continue reading

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Rocking Robin

Rocking Robin The first time I remember seeing Robin Williams is in the 1980 movie Popeye. I wasn’t very old, but I liked the movie. He also acted in the TV series Mork and Mindy from 1978 to 1982. Though … Continue reading

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The Divided Self

The Divided Self  The Divided Self by R.D. Laing came out in 1960.  What was his message? His message was that maybe mad people are not as ‘mad’ as they seem; maybe they are just ‘divided selves’. Whilst simple, this … Continue reading

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Author Keith Ablow

December 14, 2006 Keith Ablow There are three clear tenants says Dr. Keith Ablow in his 1999 novel Projection, “That people are connected to each other in mystical and immeasurable ways, that we have the power to heal another, and … Continue reading

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The End

May 24, 2010 The End Last night I curled up to my husband on the couch and watched the final moments of Lost. Jason had dozed off, as it was past his bedtime.  I cried quietly as Jack reunited with … Continue reading

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