Waiting For Godot By Samuel Beckett Philosophy Essay

403 words - 2 pages

Tanishka Gupta Professor. John Valentine
Waiting for Godot - Samuel Beckett
According to me, Samuel Bekcett’s Waiting for Godot, ‘Godot’ represents three best hypothesis that
describes both the meaning and the overall theme. First, ‘Godot’ could either represent humanity waiting
for hope/savior that doe exist to return. Second, it could be the hoplessness of the humanity waiting for
hope/savior that doesn’t exist and lastly, the meaning that I think and mostly agree to is that there is no
The most obvious interpretation for ‘Godot’ could be God as, the paly consists of many references to
Christianity that connercts the storyline to the many stories from the bible. From the very beginning, the
two protagonists ponder their salvation, consider death and even draw a parallel between themselves and
the two thieves that were crucified along with Jesus. This attitude expressed throughout the play is
nothing but the hoplessness of life as wating, is the humanity’s purpose to existance until the Second
Now let us assume that Godot is does symbolize God, someone who will come and take our misery away
or even in the case of the protagonists, make their lives bet...


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