His best-known play, Waiting for Godot (1953) is a comic study of philosophical uncertainty, and, like much of his work, focuses on the absurdity of human existence.
Beckett graduated from Dublin’s Trinity College in 1927 and settled in Paris, where he worked with James Joyce and published short stories and the novel Murphy (1938).
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Hen House has put out a number of poetry discs including a new DVD tribute to Kenneth Rexroth entitled The Signature of All Things, and a recent compilation of baseball themed poems entitled The Los Angeles Bards – Live In Pasadena (CD).
One key concept in distinguishing secret societies from fraternities is that, on campuses that have both kinds of organizations, one can be a member of both, (that is, membership is not mutually exclusive).