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Which is the Inimitable Don? Jones’s Giovanni Søren Kierkegaard said in Either/Or: Because Don Giovanni desires in each and every woman the whole of womanhood, his behaviour has to be judged aesthetically, not ethically. Richard Jones has, I think, taken this seriously. … read more AJBlog: Plain English Published 2016-10-05 Snapshot: Joni Mitchell sings “California” on […]
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        Clive Bayley and Christopher Purves photograph by Robert Workman Richard Jones is a director whose work I admire. I think I was one of the few critics who appreciated his Ring cycle – images from which continue to haunt me w...

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