Waiting for Godot
W. F. Howes Limited, Jun 1, 2013 - 188 pages
There is now no doubt that not only is Waiting for Godot the outstanding play of the 20th century, but it is also Samuel Beckett's masterpiece. Yet it is both a popular text to be studied at school and an enigma. The scene is a country road. There is a solitary tree. It is evening. Two tramp-like figures, Vladimir and Estragon, exchange words. Pull off boots. Munch a root vegetable. Two other curious characters enter. And a boy. Time passes. It is all strange yet familiar. Waiting for Godot casts its spell as powerfully in this audiobook recording as it does on stage.
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Review: Waiting for Godot: A Tragicomedy in Two ActsUser Review - Matt Margo - Goodreads
Unlike Nigel Tomm's 2008 film adaptation, Samuel Beckett's original play does not depict 72 minutes and 5 seconds of pure green screen, but it does come close in terms of nothingness. Nothingness, I ... Read full review