Waiting for Godot Essay | Short Essay on "Waiting for Godot"

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Short Essay on "Waiting for Godot"

Summary: Essay provides a short essay on "Waiting for Godot" by Samuel Beckett.
The story line of "Waiting for Godot" revolves around two old, senile, homeless men waiting for Godot. Throughout the play it is unknown as to whether Godot is a man or a celestial being. Some have even suggested that they are waiting for God. This play is an existentialist tragicomedy in two acts. It deals with searching for answers, without remembering the question, and searching for someone, without knowing whom that someone is.

The entire play takes place in the same setting. Vladimir and Estragon wait near a tree on an abandoned road, absorbing themselves in random conversations and ideas. A part of the play that seems to sum up the plays absurdity is on page 80 with the encounter of Lucky's hat. The actions and conversations of the men in the play sum up mankind's inexhaustible search for meaning. "Vladimir- `How do you mean...

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