Definitions for "Catastrophe"
An event producing a subversion of the order or system of things; a final event, usually of a calamitous or disastrous nature; hence, sudden calamity; great misfortune.
The final event in a romance or a dramatic piece; a denouement, as a death in a tragedy, or a marriage in a comedy.
A violent and widely extended change in the surface of the earth, as, an elevation or subsidence of some part of it, effected by internal causes.
Catastrophe is a short play by Samuel Beckett, written in French in 1982 at the invistation of A.I.D.A. (Association Internationale de Défense des Artistes) and “[f]irst produced in the Avignon Festival (21 July 1982) … Beckett considered it ‘massacred.’”The Faber Companion to Samuel Beckett, p 85 It is one of his few plays to deal with a political theme and (arguably) holds the title of Beckett's most optimistic work. It was dedicated to then imprisoned Czech reformer and playwright, Václav Havel.
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a natural challenge to the legitimacy of duly constituted authority and rebel action as well
a call to repentance to all of us touched by it, and reminds us how short our lifespan is
a state beyond which the system is detroyed in an irreversible manner
a discrete change which manifests over all convergences within a Zone at all the scales of processes which form the convergences which have changed
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