From Publishers Weekly
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About the Author
Larry Rout is an editor at the Wall Street Journal.
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Samuel Culbert's book is as direct and disruptive as its title, and yet his examples and logic lead to a compelling alternative to the tired, demoralizing practice of performance... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Goddard
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