Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

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The hamlet said from a worm’s eye view of 2 minor characters such as Guildenstern and bewildered Rosencrantz. Echoes of the Waiting for Godot resound, illusion and reality mix, as well as where fate leads the heroes to the tragic but predictable end.

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The story of this book is imaginative, artfully written, hilarious and multidimensional.

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This book appears as the coruscatingly brilliant and continually thought-provoking masterwork

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There is no special thing in the storyline.

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