By Samuel Beckett
ALTHOUGH we think of Samuel Beckett as a theatrical poet – his spare language sitting on the line between elemental and enigmatic – we shouldn't forget his visual flair. His vision of Winnie trapped from the waist down in a mound of earth in Happy Days can still draw breath – as it did at Dundee Rep recently – and the image of two tramps standing beneath a tree is forever associated with Waiting for Godot.
2 July 2005 The Guardian
By Robert Rae
"THE struggle of men against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting." On Thursday night, Milan Kundera's words were quoted in a letter of support from Haidi Giuliani, mother of Carlo, the young man killed by police during the anti-G8 protests in Genoa in 2001. As Haidi sees it, her son is just one of the many victims of capitalism.
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