Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett  The story line revolves around two seemingly homeless men waiting for someone—or something—named Godot. Vladimir and Estragon wait near a tree on a barren stretch of road, inhabiting a drama spun from their own consciousness. The result is a comical wordplay of poetry, dreamscapes, and nonsense, which has been interpreted as a somber summation of mankind’s inexhaustible search for meaning.  online free: www.samuel-beckett.net/Waiting_for_Godot_Part1.html

Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett The story line revolves around two seemingly homeless men waiting for someone—or something—named Godot. Vladimir and Estragon wait near a tree on a barren stretch of road, inhabiting a drama spun from their own consciousness. The result is a comical wordplay of poetry, dreamscapes, and nonsense, which has been interpreted as a somber summation of mankind’s inexhaustible search for meaning. online free: www.samuel-beckett.net/Waiting_for_Godot_Part1.html

In "Waiting for Godot," Originally  written in French, by Samuel Beckett, the main characters Vladimir and Estragon contemplate leaving and staying, but under the surface, they pose questions (and possibilities) about the meaning of life, God, and death.

In "Waiting for Godot," Originally written in French, by Samuel Beckett, the main characters Vladimir and Estragon contemplate leaving and staying, but under the surface, they pose questions (and possibilities) about the meaning of life, God, and death.

Waiting for Godot at Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles

Waiting for Godot at Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles

6) Estragon often repeats himself, especially in moments of stichomythia with Vladimir.  This shows how stuck Estragon is in his routine and how he is unable to escape the confines of what he thinks is his purpose.  He shows an absurdist thought of believing in something other than himself to give his life meaning (Godot), which causes him to repeat the same day over and over, waiting for Godot to show.

6) Estragon often repeats himself, especially in moments of stichomythia with Vladimir. This shows how stuck Estragon is in his routine and how he is unable to escape the confines of what he thinks is his purpose. He shows an absurdist thought of believing in something other than himself to give his life meaning (Godot), which causes him to repeat the same day over and over, waiting for Godot to show.

Day 40: we're super excited to be attending this evening's production of Samuel Beckett's 60 year old masterpiece 'Waiting for Godot' a ground-breaking anarchic meditation on the meaning of life and death.  #100happydays #isa #isaabroad #isagalway #studiesabroad #theatrevisit #waitingforgodot #samuelbeckett #irishplaywright #culture #travel #explore #discovergalway by isagalway

Day 40: we're super excited to be attending this evening's production of Samuel Beckett's 60 year old masterpiece 'Waiting for Godot' a ground-breaking anarchic meditation on the meaning of life and death. #100happydays #isa #isaabroad #isagalway #studiesabroad #theatrevisit #waitingforgodot #samuelbeckett #irishplaywright #culture #travel #explore #discovergalway by isagalway

"Quote from Samuel Beckett" (?) - not reliably sourced. Not all that Beckettish-sounding, to me. Could be interesting to track it down, though.

"Quote from Samuel Beckett" (?) - not reliably sourced. Not all that Beckettish-sounding, to me. Could be interesting to track it down, though.

In the play "Waiting of Godot", the tree has very symbolic meanings. The tree is waiting place of Vladimir and Estragon for Godot and meeting place of Vladimir and Estragon.

In the play "Waiting of Godot", the tree has very symbolic meanings. The tree is waiting place of Vladimir and Estragon for Godot and meeting place of Vladimir and Estragon.

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