If you are expecting "Twilight" dont even bother. go to McDonalds to read their menu instead.Published 5 days ago by Jiri Sir
The humor was good, but overall I don't like Beckett's message.Published 16 days ago by Sean, Pittsburgh
Awesome work and the notes just enhance the expeience a that much more.Published 16 days ago by scott steffen
In literature, repetition is not pointless. In existential plays, such as this one, it is downright essential. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Swankivy
Perfect condition. Cover unbent and clean. Pages untorn and unmarked. Good for classroom study. Colors bright on cover and pages new paper.Published 4 months ago by Aleja Allen
It was very interesting and fun to read but sometimes it dragged.
It is a book I've always wanted to read. It was well worth I.
If you're looking for a play that highlights the utter pointlessness of life, look no further. Beckett hands readers and viewers carefully crafted dialogue that blurs the lines... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jo Leigh
I like this play. I read it at different times of my life and felt like it meant different things depending on the happenings in my life at each time. I think it is very inspiring.Published 7 months ago by AA
I loved this play. The openess within this play is fascinating. There are so many ways to interpret it and yet somehow it leaves you feeling as confused as Vladimir and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Samantha Grayson