Wonders of the modern world, two
The Guardian has a section/sidebar in which an ‘expert’ reviews or reflects on a work that relates to their occupation. So . . . there was a saleswoman on Death Of A Salesman.
She didn’t like it, I think. She wrote: ‘Sales is about personal development: it’s about being self-motivated and growing as a person, or peopled won’t believe in you.’
She wasn’t that keen on Willy Loman, either. ‘Willy’s problem is his personality or lack of it.’
If only, I found myself thinking, Arthur Miller were still alive to have his greatest character explained to him so . . . unusually?
Meantime . . .
An instrumental and some dancing.
The first of the three before eight, as mimed three decades later. Or: the other thing Orwell missed out on in Wigan. (The first being not finding the pier.)