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Waiting for Godot - Samuel Beckett
Waiting for Godot
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3.51 755
ASIN: 17716
Pages no: 109
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~Mairéad's Reading List~
~Mairéad's Reading List~ rated it
1.0 Waiting for Godot
{March 28th, 2014} UPDATEFinished this on the 25th, but forgot to add it here.RTC.
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it
3.5 Waiting for Godot
bookshelves: philosophy, play-dramatisation Read in January, 1995 Existential brilliance. I am on my own, family and friends dislkie this.
everettpantaloons
everettpantaloons rated it
5.0 Waiting for Godot
Vladimir: "What do we do now?"Estragon: "How about hanging ourselves?"Vladimir: "Hmm. It might give us an erection."In those three lines of dialogue my life was summarized better than it had ever been summarized before.
UNICORN PORN FOR ALL
UNICORN PORN FOR ALL rated it
4.0 Waiting for Godot
What a relief!I had been under the impression that Waiting for Godot was a religious allegory, where Estragon and Vladimir represented the two thieves crucified with Jesus, or society in general; Lucky represented Jesus; Pozzo represented organized religion; and the whole thing was some tortured, su...
yahyaahmadi
yahyaahmadi rated it
2.0 Waiting for Godot
Gogo, one the main characters, has a short-term memory loss (like Dory in Finding Nemo) and the other, Didi, was just lonely and old. Someone known as Godot, out of pity or sadism, would send someone to them everyday to make an appointment for the next day. And apparently these appointments were tho...
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