Samuel Beckett

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Noun1.Samuel Beckett - a playwright and novelist (born in Ireland) who lived in FranceSamuel Beckett - a playwright and novelist (born in Ireland) who lived in France; wrote plays for the theater of the absurd (1906-1989)
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He said great playwrights of the world who won Nobel Prize belonged to theater, adding that great writers like Bertolt Brecht, Eugene Ionesco, George Bernard Shaw, Henrik Ibsen and Samuel Becket were theater writers.
Not even the playwright Samuel Becket could have imagined a more absurd scenario.
La troupe DjilaliBen Abdelhalimde Mostaganem a decroche la premiere place lors de la 8e edition du festival regional du theatre professionnel, qui s'est cloturee jeudi dernier au soir a Sidi Bel Abbes.Cette troupe s'est illustree grace a sa piece theatrale intitulee [beaucoup moins que]El Nihaya[beaucoup plus grand que] texte de Samuel Becket et mise en scene par Ahmed Belalem.
Cunard is much less interesting than Marlene Dietrich, although her one undisputed claim to fame is that she fell under the literary spell of the young Samuel Becket (of Waiting For Godot fame) and published his first book Whoroscope on her private press, The Hours Press, in 1930 in limited edition of 300 copies.