Books Like Indians by Arthur L. Kopit | Suggested Reading

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The End of the World (1984), by Arthur Kopit, is a semi-fictional dramatization of the author's struggle to write about nuclear bombs.

Waiting for Godot (1954) is a two-act absurdist play by Samuel Beckett. Two characters, outside a specific definition of time and space, await the arrival of a third person, named Godot, who never arrives, which illustrates the difficulty and esential meaninglessness of life, a tenet important in existentialist philosophy.

The Bald Soprano (1950) is Eugène Ionesco's first play, written when he was in his forties. It is loosely based on Ionesco's experience learning English by using an unusual method of memorizing whole sentences. Ionesco was one of the earliest of the theater of the absurd playwrights, and The Bald Soprano shows the breakdown of language to the point of dysfunctionality and the inability of people to relate to each...

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