Diane Putnam

Diane Putnam

Posted on 08/29/2018


Photo taken on August 26, 2018


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Green Dominates

At last...Godot

At last...Godot 

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Comparison group.
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Big stone

kiiti, Beatrice Degan(MARS), tiabunna, Au Cœur... and 5 other people have particularly liked this photo


21 comments - The latest ones
Ulrich John
Ulrich John
!!!
2 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Ulrich John
:-o
2 months ago.
MaggsMep
MaggsMep
Nice work.
2 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to MaggsMep
Thanks, Maggs!
2 months ago.
Pam J
Pam J
Made me laugh out loud !!!
2 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Pam J
Lol - great!
2 months ago.
Au Cœur...
Au Cœur...
Great PiP ! ;-)
2 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Au Cœur...
Merci beaucoup!
2 months ago.
polytropos
polytropos
Is it Estragon or Wladimir?
2 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to polytropos
Estragon. He will be sitting on the stone in a few minutes. I have solved the mystery of the play: the stone is Godot! He has been there the entire time!
2 months ago.
polytropos has replied to Diane Putnam
By the way: recently I've read that Godot in fact was a refugee reliefer of the France Resistance who is to smuggle Vladimir and Estragon out of Nazi-occupied France into the Italian zone. The two are fleeing Jews from the 11th arrondissement of Paris. Probably they expect their savior in the spring of 1943 on a dry, calcareous plateau of the Southern Alps, such as the Plateau de Valensole. And all of this is very clear in the play - at least in the original French text. One just did not want to admit it.
I've read in a German journal.
2 months ago. Edited 2 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to polytropos
Verrry interesting! Did Beckett himself give that story, or is it one of many by others?
2 months ago.
polytropos has replied to Diane Putnam
As I said, I've read recently in an online article of a German journal when I was browsing around. The article is already 10 years old.
The French teacher and adept of the theatre scene Valentine Temkine has announced this thesis. Amongst others there is a scene at the Eiffel Tower that got him to this presumption.
If you want to read yourself, here is the article:

=> article in German
2 months ago.
Sami Serola has replied to Diane Putnam
2 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Sami Serola
Aha! The perfect sound track for the Stone Godot to roll down the trail.
2 months ago. Edited 2 months ago.
tiabunna
tiabunna
How long did you wait?
2 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to tiabunna
Oh it's been years, [[sigh]]
Thank you, tiabunna!
2 months ago.
Beatrice Degan(MARS)
Beatrice Degan(MARS)
Well? Shall we go?" - "Yes, let's go". ....."They do not move.' ...
and finally they did well. in fact, finally..Godot arrived !!;-)
Great Diane !!
2 months ago. Edited 2 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Beatrice Degan(MARS)
Haha - no more waiting, just a big party to forget their troubles. Life goes on...
Grazie, Bea!
2 months ago.
Sami Serola
Sami Serola
Whaaat!? Godot finally arrived? =O
2 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Sami Serola
Yes! You didn't hear about it? ;-o
2 months ago.