“Waiting for Godot” appears as depth-less play, “Nothing happens, no one comes, No one goes, and it’s awful”. However beneath its surface absurdity, there lie… Read More »Significance of Time in Waiting for Godot
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Beckett’s plays are involved with expressing the problem of discovering meaning in a world. His use of language probes the restrictions of language each as… Read More »Waiting for Godot and Language as a Theme
Beckett’s Waiting for Godot is full of symbolism including the names of characters like Viladimir and Estragon, Lucky and Pozzo and even the hidden character; Godot.
Symbolism, if simply defined, is the use of some words, things or events without their apparent meaning rather referring something else.
I have highlighted some symbols throughout the play and will be explored deeply in-short: Read More »Symbolism in Waiting For Godot