Demystifying the Mysteries in the Works of Samuel Beckett: the Religious, the Mystical, the Supernatural, the Judgement, the Psychology of Aging and the Nihilistic
This article is an effort to demystify the mysteries in the works of Samuel Beckett: the religious, the mystical, the supernatural, the judgement, the psychology of aging and the nihilistic. This article was originally presented as an assignment on a course about film as part of my studies for an MA in Philosophy at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad.
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