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E-Magazine: Original Evergreenreview

This first issue includes contributions by Jean-Paul Sartre, Samuel Beckett, Henri Michaux, Michael Hamburger, Harold Feinstein, James Purdy Mark Schorer and others.

Videos & DVD: Waiting for Godot

A key work in modern theater and acknowledged throughout the world as a classic, Beckett's most famous play is shown here in a definitive film version...

Eleuthéria, By Samuel Becket

Just before he wrote the classic Waiting for Godot, Samuel Beckett wrote another play, entitled Eleuthéria.
Poems by Patrick Walsh:
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Stroll

dot gray

This is what the country means:

The greedy earth, a soul-judging sky,

The sweet smell of shit on the wind.

And the dumb staring eyes of cows at a fence

Endlessly chewing their cud, yanking tufts of grass

As if they were handfuls of hair on my head.

Animal, vegetable, mineral.

And the rain.  Always the rain.