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The play is so absurd that my head literally cracked open. Even Samuel Beckett is sad not to know who Godot is.Published 2 days ago by Melvin Green
this a great 4-man play. in my opinion, Godot is the tree in the middle of the set. since Pozzo and Didi have no idea on the identity of Godot, my theory is possible.Published 2 months ago by Thomas Shanks
what I love about Beckett's plays is its ability to make you feel numb and dumb with reality. this play revolves around the false hope as provided by Christianity.Published 3 months ago by Molly Boger
I've read this many times for different classes. It never gets old.Published 3 months ago by Jennifer
From the man who wrote the award winning theatrical play, Endgame, comes a classic AND tragic comedy act that made the audiences in France question everything about it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kellie Primeaux
I didn't truly appreciate the dark humour of this play until I saw the Gate's touring production at Penn. This is the same cast that performs it in the famous film adaptation. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christin M. Mulligan
Beckett's a genius! this play is perfect for existentialist scholars. the unending search for Godot is a good subject for research!Published 4 months ago by Brittney Arnold
Still clueless on the true identity of Godot. is he the God? or just a normal person that collect fees? or is he the tree? "nothing to be done."Published 4 months ago by cindy parker