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May 26, 2015

Found a couple turtles this morning while mowing. Beckett loved ’em! …..thankful for the little things


Traveling and Deleuze

Inspired by the photo below of Deleuze sitting, or rather stranded, at the Big Sur in California, here are a few of his thoughts about traveling (which he hated) 230 more words


The Beckett List - Exploring Beckett and Performance with Jonny Heron

In this latest blog entry, we turn to Beckett. Mia Hewitt here presents a reflection on this week’s workshop, delivered by IATL’s Senior Teaching Fellow, Jonny Heron, who led the ensemble of… 1,119 more words

Making Sense of Nonsense by Graham S.

Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett is an absurdist play; basically, this means that its plots and characters are random and nonsensical, and thus its senselessness can be used to reveal a deeper message on human life. 343 more words


Dinosaur Roadrunner

Back for Halloween a friend gave us this great dinosaur outfit. Beckett was terrified of it, and refused to get even close.

Until tonight. We were talking in his room, and all of a sudden he asked to put no the outfit. 62 more words

Essay 21 – 5.8.15

May 8, 2015

The District Lines


Last month one of our scholars, Ananya Vajpeyi lost her father, the Indian poet Kailash Vajpeyi. 498 more words

Cartoon • Waiting for Godot • @westendproducer

With thanks to @westendproducer for tweeting this cartoon.

“Godot says, ‘Running late, frown face, winky face.'”