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  • LiteratureWaiting-for-Godot-as-Tragicomedy-1

    Waiting for Godot as Tragicomedy

    Tragicomedy is a play which claims a plot apt for tragedy however which ends happily like a comedy. The action is critical in theme and subject matter and tone additionally generally however it appears to be a tragic catastrophe till a surprising turn in events brings out the joyful ending. The characters of a tragicomedy are noble however they’re concerned…

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    Realism in Waiting for Godot

    “Waiting for Godot” occupies an outstanding place within the annals of English literature for highlighting the essential truths of human beings belonging to any age or faith. The play could be interpreted by numerous ways. It is a play by which reality and fancy, phantasm and actuality are mingled collectively. In “Waiting for Godot” man’s sufferings, whether or not physical…

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  • LiteratureWaiting-for-Godot-and-Language-as-a-Theme-1

    Waiting for Godot and Language as a Theme

    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 a way of communication and as a vehicle for the expression of legitimate statements, an instrument of thought. His use of the dramatic medium reveals that he has tried to seek out the technique of…

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    Existentialism in Waiting for Godot

    Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot is a play that presents battle between non secular and spiritual beliefs, and by an existential philosophy, which asserts that it’s for the person to find the meaning of life via personal experience within the earthly world. Waiting for Godot is a complete study in existentialism. The play incorporates many existentialist themes and ideas that are relayed…

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  • LiteratureWaiting for Godot; An Insight of Humor (1)

    Waiting for Godot; An Insight of Humor

    Waiting for Godot is certainly a conventional farce and burlesque. Burlesque by definition is “A literary or dramatic work that ridicules a subject either by presenting a solemn subject in an undignified style or an inconsequential subject in a dignified style” and it’s marvelously depicted in waiting for Godot. Farce is such dramatic work through which extremely unbelievable plot conditions,…

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    Waiting for Godot as Christian Play

    Introduction: Samuel Beckett is a well-known Irish dramatist and novelist. “Waiting for Godot” is his masterpiece. The play is among the traditional works of theater of absurd. It is a multilayered drama which has many interpretations. The play appears absurd however with a deep religious interpretations. Though the play generally interpreted inside the context of the theater of absurd, existentialist…

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    Waiting for Godot as Anarchy of Present Society

    Kenneth Tynan remarked, “Waiting for Godot is the description of the modern world, Time has no meaning, life has no climax, no beginning and no end.” Sophocles spoke of, “There is no greater evil than anarchy. Innocence in the world no longer exists, A world without values and without God. We are left with characters who are paralyzed in motion,…

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