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Global Issues as Discussed in Waiting for Godot

Auto-biographical Elements. Beckett wrote Waiting for Godot within the late months of 1948, three y

Significance of Time in Waiting for Godot

“Waiting for Godot” appears as depth-less play, “Nothing happens, no one comes, No one

Aristotle’s Concept of “Plot”

Introduction: – Aristotle’s Poetics has usually been accused of being ‘lopsided’ in its t

How does Beckett flout the norms of theater to create a new theater in Waiting for Godot?

Samuel Beckett’s drama, Waiting for Godot, first carried out in Paris in 1953, exemplifies

Comparative Study of Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter

Pinter belongs to the post-war generation of the playwrights, that have rejected the established dram

Waiting for Godot as Tragicomedy

Tragicomedy is a play which claims a plot apt for tragedy however which ends happily like a comedy. T

Realism in Waiting for Godot

“Waiting for Godot” occupies an outstanding place within the annals of English literature for hig

Aristotle’s Theory of Imitation

Aristotle didn’t invent the term “imitation”. Plato was the first to make use of the phrase