What Do I Read Next?
No Exit (1944), a play by Jean-Paul Sartre, is an existentialist drama that explores the meaning of life.
Contact: Human Communications and Its History (1981) is a collection of essays edited by Raymond Williams. It includes numerous essays on the history of human communication.
Written in 1956, The Balcony is a play by another absurdist playwright, Jean Genet. In the play, clients of Madame Irma get their lifelong wishes fulfilled.
The Loves of the Subway (1952), a play by French avant-garde playwright Jean Tardieu, also concerns a couple and the futility of human communication.