The plays of Samuel Beckett /
"In The Plays of Samuel Beckett Eugene Webb first summarizes the western philosophical tradition which has culminated in the void--the centuries of attempts to impose form and meaning on existence, the failure of which has left experience in fragments and man a stranger in an unintelligible uni...
University Of Washington Press,
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- Introduction: Beckett and the philosophical tradition of the absurd
- "Waiting for Godot"
- "All that fall"
- "Krapp's last tape"
- "Two mimes: act without words I and act without words II"
- "Happy days"
- "Words and music"
- "Trios: play and come and go"
- Eh Joe"
- A general view.