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Beckett's first stage play portrays two tramps, trapped in an endless waiting for the arrival of a mysterious personage named Godot, while disputing the appointed place and hour of his coming. They amu...
Thought provoking - A very simplistic notion, usua...
Highlights the human condition - hardly uplifting.
Applicable to a modern audience
Takes a lot of studying to truly understand it
Fascinating, beautifully comical, unpatronising, c...
Probably boring to some due to lack of real action
Original, funny and interesting
Not everyone's cup of tea
Hard to get into for some people
Brilliant play and well written.
Can be boring to people who do not appreciate it.
One of the best plays of our time
May not appeal to everyone due to lack of action
An introduction to one of the most infamous theatr...
'Nothing happens, nobody comes'
difficult to read