Waiting For Godot By Samuel Beckett Essay

1181 Words Jun 25th, 2015 null Page
Friends, how many of us have them? The famous sound by the great Whodini, a song that makes you question your best friend, with lines like how many of us have them and the ones we can depend on? Our friends can sometimes represent who we are and what we stand for, so it’s very important to choose them wisely. I will be examine Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, to determine if Didi or Gogo shared a friendship. Waiting for Godot, Didi and Gogo had sort of a confusing friendship, at times made me scratch my head a couple of times and ask; are they friends or are they not friends? What is the purpose of their relationship? How did they come to know each other? To have a friend you must be able to reciprocate that relationship in order to get the benefits of the relationship often times this was demonstrated between the two. So lets defined a friend? Is a friend someone you fight with and make up with? Someone who tells you yes to all of your answers? A person that has your back? I will examine the true meaning of a friendship, the meaning of Didi and Gogo’s friendship, their trials and tribulations, how they showed their friendship to each other, and if anyway they failed, and define human relationships. Didi and Gogo shared a respect for each other, they demonstrated a liking for each other. Didi was the one on edge, always thinking, looking for the excitement. Gogo was the friend that just wants to be left alone to do what he does, didn 't take to much serious. The hug…

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