Analysis Of Samuel Becket 's ' Waiting For Godot '
Becket’s play Waiting for Godot is, at first glance, not about much at all. The main characters, Vladimir and Estragon, are two somewhat senile characters standing around attempting to pass the time while waiting for someone named Godot. As the characters can find little meaning in their waiting, the work is an absurdist play, and, at times, is absurd.
Nevertheless, Vladimir and Estragon wait, as they are instructed to do, every day until Godot arrives. During their time of passive waiting, they encounter