Thursday, December 9, 2010


Family life was a story of parental indifference, of a young man's estrangement and of his rebellion against the artificial values and bigotry he witnessed at home. "Being an orphan," Albee quietly intones, "I imagined perhaps that I was an identical twin because there was something missing - not having parents or anything of that sort. I would have lots of conversations with me pretending that I was my identical brother."

Financial Times, September 4, 2010

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