waiting for godot

  • PoetryP.B Shelley as a Romantic Poet

    P.B Shelley as a Romantic Poet

    Introduction: One of the most well-known English Romantic poets and a master of lyrical poetry in the English language is Percy Bysshe Shelley. He was born in England on August 4th, 1792. Shelly had extremely radical social and political beliefs, which set him apart from the accepted societal norms. He consequently did not become well-known while he was alive. However, after…

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  • PoetryMajor themes of Philip Larkin’s Poetry

    Major themes of Philip Larkin’s Poetry

    Introduction Philip Larkin is considered as  one of the most prominent  Poet of modern age. He is known as a movement poets anti movement poet. When we see his themes, content, of his poetry, we can see the elements of movement poetry in his poetry, when we see his style, form and approaches of his poetry we can find the…

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  • Basics of LiteratureUse of Character Metaphors in Animal Farm by George Orwell

    Use of Character Metaphors in Animal Farm by George Orwell

    George Orwell wrote Animal Farm in 1944 as a way to criticise the Soviet Union’s leadership and bureaucracy, which he compared to animals. Eric Arthur Blair’s pen name, George Orwell, was a British novelist, essayist, and critic. He was born in India between the years 1903 and 1950 and grew up in a wartime and military environment. From 1922 to…

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  • Basics of LiteratureThe Poetic Achievements of S.T

    The Poetic Achievements of S.T. Coleridge

    S.T. Coleridge is considered an autochthon of the Romantic Age and belongs within the category of primoradial romantic poets. Coleridge assisted William Wordsworth in preparing the collection when he jotted down the “Preface to Lyrical Ballads.” In truth, rather than being a starry-eyed poet, S.T. Coleridge was a philosophical poet. Coleridge was a Romantic poet endowed with sparkling wit and…

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  • Literature

    Global Issues as Discussed in Waiting for Godot

    Auto-biographical Elements. Beckett wrote Waiting for Godot within the late months of 1948, three years after Allied forces had liberated France from German occupation, and a few scholars recommend that his struggle experience might have served as an inspiration for the play. After German army forces had efficiently invaded and occupied Northern France within the spring of 1940, a nominally free French…

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  • Literature

    Significance of Time in Waiting for Godot

    “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 layer of meanings, presenting a coarse picture of human life. The play is composed of multiple themes. It has become a classic and provides the critics much to speculate on, when Beckett was asked who…

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  • Classical CriticismAristotles-Concept-of-_Plot_-1

    Aristotle’s Concept of “Plot”

    Introduction: – Aristotle’s Poetics has usually been accused of being ‘lopsided’ in its treatment of the topic of poetry, of devoting a significant portion of the discussion to ‘Tragedy’ somewhat than some other type of poetry. This accusation, nonetheless, is met by the answer that the work is of a fragmentary nature, and a misplaced portion might need dealt with…

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  • LiteratureHow-does-Beckett-flout-the-norms-of-theater-to-create-a-new-theater-in-Waiting-for-Godot_-1

    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 the existential philosophy and important components of the theatre movement referred to as the “theatre of the absurd.” The “theatre of the absurd”—of which Samuel Beckett’s play Waiting for Godot is probably the most well-known instance—wasn’t an intentional movement. The movement did not actually have a name till Martin Esslin…

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