Margaret H. Gleason

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He's Not Defending His Life

The figure of a lone man caressing a phallic piece of sculpture begins Whose Life is it Anyway?, a play

Three Sisters is Remarkably Relevant

If you were in the audience for Working Title's production of Chekhov's The Three Sisters, consider yourself lucky. The show,

Hamlet Unable to Sustain Innovation

"To be or not to be, that is the question." There are few better-known words in the English language. Shakespeare

A Pretentious Yet Fluffy Beach Book

Spring break provides Harvard students with an escape from the intense intellectual grind of mid-terms. Talk is not of books

It's Groove and Meaning

During this high-stress midterm period, many Harvard students dream of simpler times when homework could be done before dinner and

Rembrandt at the Fogg

You may have missed the lottery for Seymour Slive's class Rembrandt and His Contemporaries, but you can still see the

The Month in Reviews

The disintegration of the nuclear family has so pervaded American domestic life that single mothers and latchkey kids are much