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Author: Samuel Beckett
Book Format: Paperback
Original Title: Waiting for Godot
Number Of Pages: 109 pages
First Published in: 1953
Latest Edition: 2011
Language: English
Genres: Plays, Classics, Drama, Fiction, Plays, Theatre, Literature,
Main Characters: Estragon, Vladimir, Lucky, Pozzo, boy
Formats: audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.

Waiting for Godot is a beautiful novel written by the famous author Samuel Beckett. The book is perfect for those who wants to read classics, drama books.

The main character of the story are Estragon, Vladimir, Lucky, Pozzo, boy. The book was first published in 1953 and the latest edition of the book was published in 2011 which eliminates all the known issues and printing errors.

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Eric
In the era confronted to the challenge of the superpower in a context of nuclear, Waiting for Godot is without any doubt the best human imagination to transform, challenge mentality, sensitize and put forward the privilege of Human Being to the expense of self interest. In the way waiting for something which will not come broadly means the inexistence of that thing, but at the same time, Samuel Beckett, wants to show us the sense of reality. For him, the fact of waiting for something which never comes, is another dialect which provably means that human is the responsible of all acts which have been posed. Moreover, they are the outcome of its reflexion. In so doing, it is meaningless to try to get another responsible. However, by mentiong, the term "Godot", Beckett refers to omnipresence of God in our daily life all of our acts, so how can that be possible in the common of people to achive a stage of animal which perceivable through the two World Wars? As an answer, Beckett portrays that people are nomore link to that Marvellous Creator who has given to humanity perfection which is "Conscious ".
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Eric
very good book
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