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NOTIONS OF TIME IN SAMUEL BECKETT’S WAITING FOR GODOT  

 

ANNA KURUVILA

POST GRADUATE MASTERS IN ENGLISH WITH COMMUNICATION STUDIES

CHRIST UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE

INDIA

 

Samuel Beckett’s Waiting For Godot postulates the idea of time being a stagnant mush. Contrary to the usual notion of “time running out”, here time has to be pushed around in order to make it pass. The main protagonists of the play engage in various routines that help them “kill time.”  They tell each other stories, fight and make up, and ultimately when all is said and done they return back to the all-inclusive grand narrative of “Waiting for Godot.”

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