Waiting for Godot
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Publisher: Grove Press
Waiting for Godot, in which two men wait and are not rewarded for their trouble, is the work that made Samuel Beckett world-famous. In its first five years, nearly a million spectators attended various productions of what was widely accounted a difficult, highly controversial play. Since these first years of production, Godot has been exhaustively studied; much criticism awaits its serious students. And though Beckett later deemed it a bad play, one of his biographers, Deirdre Bair, recounts that he always refused to sell the original manuscript, though he sold others willingly.
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