Another day at Beckett International Airport… Waiting for Godot Feb 2014 © Dan Piraro at Bizzaro Comics
and if you’re still waiting for a copy of the First Edition this might help:
New York: Grove Press, 1954. $3750.
First published in French in 1952; this is the First Edition of Beckett’s own English translation, preceding the British edition by about two years.
and if you still need more, here are a few other Beckett items
The “Seinfeld Reunion” Super Bowl halftime commercial with Jerry Seinfeld and George got me to this gem.
Kramer publishes a coffee table book on coffee tables that opens into a coffee table!
Here he takes to Regis and Kathie Lee to promote it. Enjoy.
“This is my empire, my kingdom…Books are my wealth, my gift” says Philane Dladla
His kingdom is “at a U-turn sign at an intersection in Empire Road opposite Wits University, in Johannesburg.”and his mission in life is the “reading and dispensing knowledge by selling books.”
image by Daniel Born
When a person his mom looked after died Philane inherited 500 books. He read and reviewed them all. Now he makes his way by reading what he gets and then selling what he read by providing reviews to passing motorists.
Take that Mr. Algorithm.
Story at Times Live, ‘An emperor of books’