Waiting for Godot
7 journalers for this copy...
Nothing happens. No big events. There are hardly any characters. Brilliant - thoroughly enjoyed his play.
Sending to deepdowne - then on a short ring before making its way back to me. Please take your time with this - I found it benefitted from a week off and then another read!
- then back to me in Wales. Enjoy!
received this in mail today. thanks xanthe-pup. will read it and pass it on soon.
finished reading the book. informed -psyche- . waiting for the address to pass it on.
it's already on its way to -psyche- . enjoy!!
Journal Entry 6
on Sunday, August 27, 2006
Arrived today! Thanks--will read and pass along.
Journal Entry 7
to a bookcrosser in sent by mail, A Bookring -- Controlled Releases on Thursday, October 12, 2006
Released 13 yrs ago (10/12/2006 UTC) at to a bookcrosser in sent by mail, A Bookring -- Controlled Releases
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Thanks for sharing this brief play "about nothing"! It's off to Portugal.
Arrived! I'm really curious about this one.
Thanks Xanthe-pup for sharing and thanks to -Psyche- for sending it!
I feel like writing a Journal Entry about nothing... But let's make it about the book.
I never thought it could be so interesting to read something about nothing at all. The dialogues seem to make perfect sense, the characters seem to say all there is to say, yet they don't. Strange, curious, interesting.
Thanks! Will pass this on to SomethingSimple.
It arrived today! I'll try to be fast ;) Let's see if this "nothing talk" is all about.
For personal reasons I was not able to read this book. I'm sorry that I kept it with me for such a long time. I sent it today to marko167.
Thank you for sharing anyway.
Arrived in the post today. Should be on its' way again soon.
Aarghh!!! Was going through my bookcase last night and found this little book hidden between to larger tomes. I thought I had sent this on it's way and age ago. Huge apologies!
Anyway, disliked this. Found it boring and self serving. I'm not a great fan of reading plays, prefer to go to the theatre to see them performed so may be would appreciate it more on stage, I somehow think this would be unlikely though.
Journal Entry 14
BookRing in Book Ring, A Bookring -- Controlled Releases on Tuesday, October 30, 2007
Released 12 yrs ago (10/30/2007 UTC) at BookRing in Book Ring, A Bookring -- Controlled Releases
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Off it flies to the land of not bad vodka, ice hotels and Tomas Brolin.
This is one of the most popular and one of the best absurdist plays ever written. Absurdist authors assume that the world makes no logical sense. If there is meaning, a person has to create it. The characters in this play act in an extreme example of an absurdist world where nothing meaningful happens and where there is essentially no meaning.