Penguin Books, 1965 - Absurd (Philosophy) in literature - 184 pages
A collection of plays, often classified as absurd drama, which aim to portray a world in which humanity, with its despair, fear and loneliness, is alone in a hostile and meaningless world.
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Amedee or How to Get Rid of it
The Two Executioners
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