Monday, May 13, 2013

ease and pleasure

Wikipedia's definition of the term "primrose path":  it refers to someone living a life of ease and pleasure.

The current play at the Guthrie Theater, The Primrose Path, based on a novel by Ivan Turgenev, brought us some ease and pleasure on a May Sunday evening.  It takes place in 1845 Russia and is very funny, with characters still seeking that primrose path mostly without success.  Don't be turned off by the 1845-Russia thing -- some searches confuse every era.

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