New York Times Review

stampMiami Vice By HENRY ALFORD Published: March 9, 2008 Many are the sparkly charms of the opera. The live camels, the castrati. The preoccupation with the world’s oldest profession. The implication that narrative gathers its force from the combined efforts of caterwauling and wig tape. The plots that are not unleavened by coincidence and melodrama. The assertion that overweight people, when dying, brim over with song

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