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February 12, 1962 | Robert Cantwell
Near the end of the third act of , the old king, the Fool and Edgar stumble out of the storm on the heath into a farmhouse. Lear, who is now completely out of his mind, conducts a ghastly travesty of a trial,...
December 04, 1961 | Frank Graham Jr.
September 09, 1957 | Clare Boothe Luce
playwright-legislator-diplomat CLARE BOOTEE LUCE discovers a strange new world and describes it brilliantly in a two-part article
February 18, 1957
Roses have thorns," observed Shakespeare, "and silver fountains mud." Well, in California, mud has people—sports car people who have discovered and fostered the old English pastime of sluicing through the best...
August 20, 1956 | Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver
Out for swordfish (right), a harpooneer found a fox terrier name of Shakespeare and, as the Bard wrote, "From the rude sea's enrag'd and foamy mouth/Did I redeem; a wrack past hope he was"