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absurd absurdist Adamov Alvaro anguish Anouilh Antigone Arrabal Arrabal's Arthur Adamov attitude audience Beckett behaviour believe Caligula Camus's century characters classical comic context Creon critics death dramatists dreams earlier Emperor Esslin ESTRAGON Eugene Ionesco example experience extent Faber farce farcical feelings Fernando Arrabal France Gallimard Genet Giraudoux Godot Greek tragedy grotesque Haute Surveillance Henry de Montherlant Hoederer Huis clos human condition Ibid illusion Ionesco Jean Jean Genet Jean-Paul Sartre kind l'Empereur d'Assyrie living London Martin Esslin meaning Montherlant Montherlant's murder Notes and References obsessions Paris parody particularly partly philosophical playwrights poetic political Professor Taranne protagonists psychological Puff Puff Puff reality reflected ritual Roi se meurt Samuel Beckett Sartre and Camus Sartre's satire says seems seen sense situation social society sombre spectator stage Strindberg suffering symbolic Tableau Theatre of Ideas torture tragedy and comedy University Press VLADIMIR Waiting for Godot writing Yanek Yeux-Verts