Waiting for Godot by Samuel Becket has been described has a play were nothing happens. Didi and Gogo wait by a tree on a country road for Godot, who they have never met and who may not exist. During the play they argue, make-up, think about suicide, discuss the Bible, and meet Pozzo and Lucky; master and his slave. In the play the audience can tell that Didi and Gogo have a ‘lost’ their dream by waiting for Godot. They wait for this Godot that is said to make their lives better, help them fulfil their dreams but in the end he does not come, their dream is officially lost and continue to wait for Godot in hopes of filling the void within their lives,
Vladimir: We must come back to-morrow
Estragon: What for?
Vladimir: To wait for Godot
Estragon: Ah! He didn’t come?
According to Beckett he does know who Godot is, which leave the reader to interpret it for... [continues]
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