Samuel Beckett’s drama, Waiting for Godot, first carried out in Paris in 1953, exemplifies the existential philosophy and important components of the theatre movement referred to… Read More »How does Beckett flout the norms of theater to create a new theater in Waiting for Godot?
lucky speech analysis
Samuel Beckett’s remarkable piece of writing “Waiting for Godot” presents several interpretations regarding human life, existence, alienation and many many more. The play, published in 1952, is subtitled as “a tragicomedy in two acts”, means that this play has just two acts and has black humor. Themes of absurdity, alienation, effects of World War are significant. As the lack of communication between characters and absurdity of language, similarly, there’s a detailed speech of one of the character named, Lucky is highly symbolic.Read More »Importance of Lucky’s Speech in “Waiting for Godot”