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Miller’s triumphs

17 January, 2020

Sir Jonathan Miller

• READING John Gulliver on Jonathan Miller (January 9), he may have been a bit grumpy, but I like to remember the good side, like the ghost story Whistle And I’ll Come to You he directed in 1968, with Michael Hordern.

And his fantastic Mikado, revived recently at the Coliseum. And, above all, his Merchant of Venice at the National Theatre, with Olivier.

He surely deserves to be remembered for his great theatrical work. We all have our faults, but how many have such triumphs?

JOHN LENAHAN, NW3

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