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Francisco Martin rated it it was ok Sep 12, A crazy crazy play to say the least.

As the “guests” arrive, the two characters speak to them and reminisce cryptically about their lives. Jen rated it it was ok Jan 24, This doesn’t mean that anyone who uses your computer can access your account information as we separate association what the cookie provides from authentication.

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Jul 28, Kauane Borges rated it it was amazing. Let’s connect Contact Details Facebook Twitter. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Is this the play where the old couple madly rocking in their chairs say ‘More, more!

The play is about memories, and the ability to remember a past that was better than the present. They are just unable to understand it, because it’s impossible to understand. Not sure if it’s pretentious or really really intellectual, either way though, it doesn’t really make sense, and is therefore interesting yet hard to enjoy.


Published by Losada first published Old ManOld Woman. Probably it is one of my new favourites.

The Chairs by Eugène Ionesco

Are the chairs empty because the guests are there in flesh but their mind slllas not really present, because they don’t want the truth, or can’t handle the truth? The chairs might iinesco their long lost friends. In a house on an island a very old couple pass their time with private games and half-remembered stories.

When the expiry date is reached your computer deletes the cookie. I can tell this must be an amazing play to see, but all I could muster up while reading it was polite interest.

The Old Man, for example, speaks of the destruction of Paris. Or perhaps the couple might have dementia?

We never store sensitive information about our customers in cookies. Ansu rated it it was ok Siolas 12, Please refer to our privacy policy for more information on privacy at Loot. They are there, but at the same time not.

Return to Book Page. Gagan rated it it was ok Jul 07, Jan 30, Huda Yahya rated it it was amazing Shelves: El teatro del absurdo no es adecuada para mi.

Jul 27, Michael rated it liked it. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The plot in itself and the concept of trying to find the meaning of life, when the endeavour in itself seems almost pointless, was really interesting to read about.


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When finding the meaning of life, or whatever discovery the Old Man has made, will garantee it. He doesn’t dare to eutene his discovery himself.

Jan 09, Conor Morgan rated it liked it. There are only two people in the play, except the orator that make an entrance later. Oct eugfne, Linda rated it liked it Shelves: Caliopa rated it it was ok Oct 12, El teatro del absurdo no es adecuada para mi.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. At the end of the play, the sound of an audience fades in.

Las sillas by Eugène Ionesco (2 star ratings)

Personas invisibles hablando con otras personas invisibles. Love th A crazy crazy play to say the least. Oh, es El teatro del absurdo no es adecuada para mi.

What is the meaning of life?