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Endgame (Play)

Endgame (Play)
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Considered to be one of Samuel Beckett's most important works (alongside the more famous Waiting for Godot), Endgame, or Fin de partie in the original French, is one of Beckett's great forays into the Theater of the Absurd style. While it's nearly impossible to provide a worthwhile synopsis of the play, its not so much the story that matters as much as the absurdity of the characters' situation and the author's use of invigorating word-play that remain a hallmark of Becket's theatrical oeuvre.
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