San Francisco: Arion Press, 2006. Folio. 65pp. One of 300 copies, signed by William T. Wiley. Illustrated throughout with fifty color plates, each with five lines of text beneath which offer exposition on the play's events. Wiley's artwork embraces the absurdism of Beckett's original work; while the illustrations and accompanying text propose to explain the inexplicable drama, they just as readily provoke further confusion, thus retaining and honoring Beckett's irreverence. Bound in cloth-backed boards with pictorial covers, and housed in matching slipcase. Slight rubbing to boards from slipcase, scant wear to extremities, else fine. Item #28531
(Arion Bibliography 77).