“Cut from his religious, metaphysical and transscendental roots man is lost, all his actions become senseless, absurd and useless.” (Eugene Ionesco, ‘Danis les armesde la ville’ Cahilles de la Compagnie Madeleine Rehaud-Jean-Louis Barrault. Paris, no. 20, October 1957.) From pg 23 of “Theatre of the Absurd, Esslin. JEAN-PAUL SATRE: a french philosopher, playwright, novelist, political … Continue reading Essay notes: Absurdism
Three women, one leaves, other two whispering, the one comes back and it continues the next ones, three times. In the end they sit altogether, hold hands and support each other. Althouhg Beckett did not want this to have a meaning, we are still often thrying to “get” this, to connect the details, try to … Continue reading Samuel Beckett "Come and Go"