The Art of Twisting and Turning Reality as We Know It

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ART TALK | TUE APR 12, 2011 | Host: Edward Goldman

Strolling through the sprawling, meticulously maintained gardens of the Huntington Library always puts me in a very special mood. It makes me feel as if I am walking through the elaborate set design during a grand performance of a Shakespeare play: King Lear, Twelfth Night, or maybe The Merchant of Venice? (Listen/Read here.)