Point of View
October 31, 2011
This site is not turning into a Z. Woolfe fan-page, but for a second post in a row, I feel bound to call your attention to an article of his. This because he has done something I have long yearned to see in reviews. He actually reports on the perspective from the humblest of seats (or, in this case, standing-room), as well as from the Daddy and Mammy Warbucks sector.
The hopes one nurtures for daily criticism may be faint, but they are real so long as such intelligence has a platform.