I had just managed to make my way through this book a second time, namely because I wanted to write a review of it on Goodreads (and Booklikes), and while it was pretty rushed, I had decided that I would leave it at that and move on to my next book (and project). However, as I am prone to do, I read through some of the other reviews of Goodreads (such as this one, this one, and this one) when I realised that I simply couldn’t just leave it at that scrappy piece of work that I wrote up on the train on my way home from work. Okay, while I have covered several points, albeit briefly, I suddenly realised that there is so much more to this book that I had to continue with my exposition on this blog.
Tag: 20th Century Literature
It is Finished – Samuel Beckett’s Endgame
After missing out on Antov Chekov’s The Cherry Orchid by a matter of two days, and also passing up on Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, this year I… Read more “It is Finished – Samuel Beckett’s Endgame”