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The Hardest Part…


There is an article in the Times today about the right way to say “Godot” in Samuel Beckett’s iconic play, Waiting for Godot. I’ve come to believe that the character Godot isn’t a mystery to be solved. The title of the play in French, the language in which it was written, is En Attendant Godot or which I always took to mean While Waiting for Godot. To me, that’s what the play is about, what we do while we wait, not who we are waiting for.

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