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  2. The absurd is born of this confrontation between the human need and the unreasonable silence of the world” (28). This confrontation is epitomized in The Plague () in the painful death of a child. The arbitrariness of the plague parallels the absurdity of existence. The absurdity of existence raises.
  3. Laurel and Hardy aren’t the only film comedians who appear to have fed into the creation of Vladimir and Estragon. Beckett was a great admirer of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, and in fact a film of Chaplin’s, The Tramp, includes a scene in which Chaplin’s character, bowler-hatted and shabbily suited, much like Beckett’s tramps, stops along a dusty road to eat lunch beside a tree.
  4. For this reason Camus concluded that human existence is absurd: “Man stands face to face with the irrational. He feels within him his longing for happiness and for reason. The absurd is born of this confrontation between the human need and the unreasonable silence of .
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  6. absurd existence, given the failure of past philosophical systems to give a coherent explanation of it. L'Etranger's Mersault, the most faithful incarnation of Camus' absurd reasoning, describes one man's awareness of this nihilist void, and the need, by the end of the novel, to affirm some value, some vitality driving him on, in spite of the void.
  7. Existence is not like the KGB or CBI – watching everybody to see what you are doing, whether you are going to the movie with your own wife or with somebody else’s wife. Existence is not interested at all. The problem of whether the wife is yours or not is just a man-created problem. In existence, there is nothing like marriage.
  8. Silence Absurd Existence. Type: Demo Release date: April Catalog ID: N/A Label: Independent Format: Cassette Reviews: None yet Songs; Lineup; Reviews; Additional notes; Side A 1. Intro (loading lyrics) 2. Gates of Nemesis Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 3. Silence Show lyrics.

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