Friday, April 29, 2005

Rehabilitation, Courtesy of the Bard

There's an excellent feature in today's Times about a production of King Lear at a medium security prison in Wisconsin. It's rare that the Times has a piece like this - it's usually the type of thing I hear on NPR.

There's a line in Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov that says all people, even the very wicked, are generally much more naive and simple-hearted than we assume. The article reminded me of that sentiment. Read it.

Have a great weekend.

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