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Samuel Beckett's first book, Whoroscope, What's that? 1 An egg? By the brother Boot it stinks fresh. Give it to Gillot. Galileo how are you. There is no key to Samuel Beckett's poetry. Of course, not everything in Whoroscope is this confused, yet the general tendency of the poem is. Whoroscope: Samuel Beckett: Production of the major works: slim volumes of poetry were Whoroscope (), a poem on the French philosopher René.