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PostPosted: Sat Apr 29, 2006 3:26 pm 
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They're planning to stage it soon, too!

*dies of excitement*


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Melly, the link won't open for me. :cry: :cry:

Was it an entire Beckett play lost inside a James Joyce sentence?

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 29, 2006 4:19 pm 
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:rofl:

Try again, Jn, it seems to be working now.

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Oh this is even better!

Were that his vision, I suspect he would have used perforated paper.
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Disclaimer: I love Beckett. I really do. This was just too priceles not to share. :P


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"And, as if to further exemplify the anonymity and facelessness of 20th-century man, they were found, of all places, between other sheets of paper."


Another example of his genius!

I can't wait to see how this gets performed. :rofl:


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TED, they said it would be performed during the intermission of Waiting for Godot. ;)

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eta: Here's a question for you. When you're watching Waiting for Godot, how can you tell the intermission from the end?

What if the end was really supposed to be a second intermission, and this lost play was intended to be the last act?

(Oh dear. I just had a pang of missing lucy. He would know what to make of this discovery.) :(

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