Deception in a Classic Play

If there is one thing readers of A Midsummer Night’s Dream seem to know for certain, it is that nothing in it is truly certain. Written in the late 1500’s by William Shakespeare, this “summertime romcom” seems to suffer from an identity crisis. The barriers between reality and fantasy, love and hate, and the natural and supernatural forces are as “spotted […]

Ramble Review: Jenkins on “What Love Is”

What Love Is: And What It Could Be is a wild, cupid-dodging ride down the tunnel of love – when you reach the end, you’ll want to do it all over again. What Love Is: And What It Could Be, a 2017 title from Hachette Book Group, unpacks the meandering, many-layered musings of mathematics philosopher Dr. Carrie Ishikawa Jenkins as she ponders what love […]