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Feiffer, Jules. KNOCK, KNOCK. (1976). ***. This play of Feiffer’s comes at the tailend of the Theater of the Absurd movement, and borrows heavily from that tradition. What makes it different is Feiffer’s humor that is injected throughout, both in the dialog and in the settings. The story is about two men, Cohn and Abe. They live in a cabin in the woods that Abe owns. Abe is a retired stockbroker – a successful retired stockbroker. Cohn is an unemployed older man who is living free with Abe until...more
Jules Feiffer is the acclaimed author-illustrator of several books for children, including BARK, GEORGE; MEANWHILE . . .; and I LOST MY BEAR; and the illustrator of THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH, by Norton Juster. Jules Feiffer is also a renowned editorial cartoonist, playwright, novelist, and screenwriter. He has been the recipient of an Academy Award, a Pulitzer Prize, a London Theatre Critics Award, an...moreMore about Jules Feiffer...