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Waiting for Godot () is an absurdist play by Samuel Beckett, in which two characters, Vladimir and Estragon, wait endlessly and in vain for the arrival of someone. DOWNLOAD Waiting for Godot was written in French in The Beckett on Film project includes all 19 plays of Samuel Beckett, considered the most significant . Collected eBook Library of Slavoj Žižek [PDF & ePub]. Waiting for Godot: A Tragicomedy in Two Acts by Samuel Beckett. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format.
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Keywords: despair, nothingness, absurdity, existentialism, postmodernism, identity crisis. It represents the post-modern society of 21st century imbued with the stygian marks of communication gap, absurdity, existentialism, identity crisis, xenophobia, megalomania, despair, meaninglessness, nothingness, selfishness, anarchy, and humanism.
Side by side, as a post-modern literary work, the play has its literary features such as fragmentation, non-traditionalism, self-reflexive and alimentary writing at its disposal.
Vladimir and Estragon has no family ties nor have their future plans been illustrated in the play. They avoid helping each other, sharing their views and suffer from sheer claustrophobia.
They try to change the place of waiting but do not materialize any of their resolutions. These activities denote decentralization, absurdity, identity crisis, frustration, and confusion. They feel afraid of Pozzo and Lucky indicating their sense of uncertainty, insecurity and xenophobia.
Pozzo, representing the bourgeoisie commune, wants Lucky, representing the proletariat commune, to be sold because he is bored of him though Lucky proved to be very helpful to him. For each one who begins to weep, somewhere else another stop.
Though there is the mention of Adam, Cain, Abel, The Bible, Gospel, Christ, and Saint but the characters look for a rope to commit suicide, considering life as a burden and time as a torture, and devalue the existence of God, believing Him unsympathetic and vindictive.
In the present post-modern society, we find chaotic situations with gradual degradation of kinship, disobedience of children towards parents and teachers, fornication of married couples, drug addiction of the youth and suicide attempts by dismantling ideologies. Vladimir and Estragon, representing all the above features, do not share their dreams nor exchange views randomly, feel alone and unsecured, mistrust each other, avoid to help, and are waiting for Godot whose coming is as uncertain as W.
They do not know exactly how beneficial or devastating Godot could be for them but they still wait for him as if they have nothing to do instead of waiting as A.
Housman says to show the travesty of human life - Yonder see the morning blink: The sun is up, and up must I To wash and dress and eat and drink, And look at things, and talk and think And work, and god knows why.
Waiting for Godot is a play which follows no traditional conventions but is unique in itself as an absurd play. Boy; No, sir.
Vladimir: This is your first time?