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Samuel Beckett is famous for writing plays in which nothing happens. People just sit around, and they say very little… or they say a lot of nonsense. There are lots of big gaps, or "blanks," in Beckett's works.
Wolfgang Iser really liked Samuel Beckett because Beckett's work has so many blanks. Let's have a look at an excerpt from Beckett's Endgame below.