Trivia Question: Waiting for Godot was a historic play by what modernist artist?
Answer: Samuel Beckett
Beckett is considered to be one of the final major modernist writers. As such, his plays tend to shirk a number of conventions we might be used to in art. Waiting for Godot is perhaps the most groundbreaking exemplification of Beckett’s philosophy on art with its prolonged runtime resolving in an anticlimax.
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