Waiting for Charlie Rose, by Samuel Beckett

I had no idea the man was so profound. But I think we all knew he was so absurd.

via Valleywag

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6 thoughts on “Waiting for Charlie Rose, by Samuel Beckett

  1. One of the least-viewed yet most lampooned of plays.

    Beckett is the source of one of my favourite literary quotes:

    “At the opening of Mr. Samuel Beckett’s ‘Waiting for Godot’ last night,” opined one critic, “nothing happened … twice.”

    Doonesbury riffed on this in a series of strips called “Waiting for Poirot” during the election of … Geez–was it ’88?

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