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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Perhaps the chairs symbolise the importance to not forget people. Nov 24, Ahmed Abdelazim rated it oonesco was amazing. It was written in and debuted the same year. Refresh and try again.

Dzejnka rated it it was ok Apr 25, Oh, es El teatro del absurdo no es adecuada para mi. One of the key issues with describing the movement is that each artists body of work is so incredibly different.

Beyond ridiculing the most banal situations, Ionesco’s plays depict in a tangible way the solitude and insignificance of human existence. Jul 03, Rick Homuth rated it liked it.


The Chairs

Paperback70 aniversariopages. At the end of the play, the sound of an audience fades in.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Dec 15, Poly rated it really liked it. Email address subscribed successfully. A tragic play written by Ionesco about the relationship between a very old couple after being married for more than 70 years, their love for one another, their what ifs and would have been-s, their reminiscences and disappointments over lost opportunities.

Or being prisoners, bored and wanting to entertain themselves? Sep 11, Mia added it. Batranul si Batrana, doua personaje care isi regreta viata si si-o amintesc fiecare cum vor, nu stiu decat sa traiasca unul langa celalalt, se contopesc.

The Chairs by Eugène Ionesco

As the orator begins to speak, the invisible crowd assembled in the room and the real audience in the theatre discover that the orator is a deaf-mute. They are just unable to understand it, because it’s impossible to understand. Jun 27, Ali rated it liked it Shelves: By the way, perhaps la orator really tells the audience the meaning of life. The chairs might symbolise their long lost friends. Thanks to [once again] my English teacher, this was recommended to me because of my penchant for stranger reads.


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Oh, es El teatro del absurdo no es adecuada para mi. Are they in the future?

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Feb 17, Indu Muralidharan rated it really liked it Shelves: Is the empty room a form of escapism? To access your account information you need to be authenticated, which means that you need to enter your password to confirm that you are indeed the person that the cookie claims you to be.

This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Is this the play where the old couple madly rocking in their chairs say ‘More, more! He seems to have escaped many things in his life. Francisco Martin rated it it was ok Sep 12, Thanks for telling us about the problem.