“Well, let’s get on with it. . . .” is the last line of Jean-Paul Sartre’s play No Exit.
It is spoken by Garcia when he realizes he is facing eternity.
- Where are Chaucer’s pilgrims heading in The Canterbury Tales? Chaucer's pilgrims are going to Canterbury Cathedral to visit the shrine of Thomas a Becket, former archbishop of Canterbury. Becket had been assassinated in the cathedral in 1170, following a political disagreement with…
- What musical work plays during the space ballet in 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)? Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss was the piece that plays during the space ballet in 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).
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