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“One can see him shuffling, hangdog, compressed, with the rope around his neck, then erupting out of nowhere into Lucky’s famous semi-Pentecostal speech: “… A personal God quaquaquaqua with white beard quaquaquaqua outside time without extension who from the heights of divine apathia divine athambia divine aphasia loves us dearly with some exceptions …” “Mêlée, final vociferations,” wrote Beckett in the stage directions.”
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A list of words and phrases as uttered forth by the character Lucky in Samuel Becket's play Waiting For Godot. Pozzo's pathetic submissive slave Lucky stands mute during the play save for his +/-50...
as uttered forth, quaquaquaqua, Fartov and Belcher, that which clings..., outside time with..., the strides of al..., wastes and pines ..., Anthropopopometry, blast hell to heaven, for reasons unknown, in the light of t..., the strides of ph... and 39 more...
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