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This review is from: Three Plays of the Absurd (Paperback)
These plays are not only very dated, but also clumsily written. You'll find none of the verbal dexterity of Ionesco or Beckett here, but instead lumpen ramblings that are dramatically unconvincing. I can't imagine anyone staging these plays, let alone going to see them.
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Initial post: Mar 24, 2012 3:32:02 PM PDT
...isn't rambling & nonsense kind of the point of absurd theatre? They're not supposed to make sense. Just sayin' ...
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 27, 2014 7:28:38 AM PDT
absurd theatre has more of a point than just rambling and nonsense. It is much smarter than that.
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