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Watt
     

Watt

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by Samuel Beckett
 

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In prose possessed of the radically stripped-down beauty and ferocious wit that characterize his work, this early novel by Nobel Prize winner Samuel Beckett recounts the grotesque and improbable adventures of a fantastically logical Irish servant and his master. Watt is a beautifully executed black comedy that, at its core, is rooted in the powerful and

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Watt 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wakked in.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Walks in somewhar confidently with amber hair flowing behind.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She walked in.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Watt is definetely not for the average reader who is willing to sit down every night and read a pleasure book for twenty minutes. One must wonder what Beckett is saying about how we as humans think. You should only read Watt if you have a strong curiousity for what the human brain can make out of such simple and pitiful subjects such as the analysis of a spoon or the schedule of meals. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it after and would recommend it to the curious at heart.
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Watt' is after all a worth-while novel. That is to say: it is difficult, strange, interesting and baffelling. I don't know how many people will actually 'enjoy' it, but you WILL see things around you a bit differently after reading it. I liked the book because it was in its own way a masterpiece. For me, the more different interpretations one can get out of a book, the better it is in the literary sense. Perhaps all that is not saying much, and it isn't. Read it for yourself. You'll see what i mean.