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PostSubject: waiting for Godot   Wed Dec 01, 2010 3:33 am

Though difficult and sometimes baffling to read or (even) view, [i][i]Waiting for Godot[/i][/i] is nonetheless one of the most important works of our time. It revolutionized theatre in the twentieth century and had a profound influence on generations of succeeding dramatists, including such renowned contemporary playwrights as Harold Pinter and Tom Stoppard. After the appearance of [i][i]Waiting for Godot[/i][/i], theatre was opened to possibilities that playwrights and audiences had never before imagined.
[i]Waiting for Godot[/i] is a play in two acts. Act I begins on a country road by a tree. It is evening. Estragon, an old man, is sitting on a low mound trying to remove his boot. Vladimir, another old man, joins him. They begin to chat.Two other elderly men, Pozzo and Lucky, arrive on the scene. It is clear that Pozzo is the master, and Lucky is the slave. Upon command, the slave dances and thinks out loud for the entertainment of the others, until he is forcibly silenced.The second act is almost the same as the first. The tree has sprouted leaves, Estragon and Vladimir chat while they wait for Godot, and Pozzo and Lucky arrive again. This time, Pozzo is blind and helpless, and Lucky is mute.
this the summery of the play ,the just of the story is somewhat diffrent though
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PostSubject: Re: waiting for Godot   Tue Apr 19, 2011 2:31 am

I see nothing special about this play.
and I think it doesn't have a moral and it's so boring
Sleep that's my opinion and it's not necessary to be correct.
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