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Eleutheria : a play in three acts

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  • "Just before he wrote the classic Waiting for Godot, Samuel Beckett wrote another play, entitled Eleutheria. The legend runs that Suzanne Descheveaux-Dumesnil, Beckett's wife, presented the great French director Roger Blin with his choice of two plays: one, Waiting for Godot and the other - Eleutheria. The play with five actors and two acts won out over the one with seventeen characters and elaborate, and numerous, scene changes."

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  • "Ausgabe"
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  • "Eleutheria : a play in three acts"@en
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  • "Eleutheria"
  • "Eleuthéria : [three-act play in French]"
  • "Eleuthería pièce en 3 actes"
  • "Eleuthéria"
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  • "Eleuthéria a play in three acts"@en
  • "Eleuthéria : a play in three acts"