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Alienation of the Man

Summary: Waiting for Godot is a classical play of absurdity. Unlike other novels or plays, it has no clear doctrines or coherent situation. The play itself confuses the reader on purpose, tending to point out the absurdity of the universe. The theme of the play is alienation of the man, from nature, from man himself, and from this world. William Beckett conveys the theme in Waiting for Godot through diction, imagery, structure, and point of view.
Waiting for Godot is a classical play of absurdity. Unlike other novels or plays, it has no clear doctrines or coherent situation. The play itself confuses the reader on purpose, tending to point out the absurdity of the universe. The theme of the play is alienation of the man, from nature, from man himself, and from this world. William Beckett conveys the theme in Waiting for Godot through diction, imagery, structure, and point of view.

Diction is a choice and use of words in speech. The theme is the alienation, and it can be meant a miscommunication, because communication is the thing that make us to be in part of the society, so miscommunication is represented as alienation from the world.

E: I'm going.

He does not move.

V: And yet... (pause)... How is it-this is not boring you I hope-how is it that of the...

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