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    In the first act of Samuel Beckett's play Happy Days, the protagonist Winnie is buried up to her waist in a mound; by the second and final act, she is buried up to her neck. Yet, in both acts, she...

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    Remember that Winnie is not a “character” in the modern sense of the word – not a psychological entity who “thinks” (that is, has an opinion or intellectual awareness). Winnie’s words...

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    Setting aside the ambiguity of the term "character" with reference to Beckett's stage figures (not psychologically three-dimensional), there are some "contradictions" in Winnie's world, notably the...

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    Winnie, the speaker representing the mental part of human existence, is half buried in sand, "up to her bosom" in Act I of the play. She spends the time pulling various items out of a bag, all the...

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