Reflection of Modern chaos, exploitation, identity crisis and Subjective idealism: A Study of Samuel Beckett’s waiting for Godot

Authors

  • Arshid Hamid Research Scholar, Ph.D Iqbal Institute of Culture and Philosophy –English University of Kashmir Hazratbal -Jammu and Kashmir, India

Keywords:

Agential Units, Absurdness, Exploitation, Modern Chaos, Subjective Idealism, Space-Time continuum.

Abstract

In every period Time has analyzed the works of writers and testified them who have emerged with novel thoughts or hinted at those dimensions which brought revolution in the fields of literary disciplines, so did the Samuel Becket who when studied from his debut writing seems an ordinary writer but the bitterness of time which made him to go through different sordid experiences and circumstances made him a remarkable play writer in the field of English literature, though being a novelist and poet he is famous for his outstanding play Waiting for Godot. The present paper tries to discuss the play through novel angles and attempts to peel off the new dimensions related to the play like Subjective Idealism, Agential units and its contradictions, balancing in the play (symmetry), Nazi atrocities as one of the factors behind Beckett’s pessimistic outlook, reflection of modern Chaos and despair, threat to faith, individualism, absurdness and exploitation

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Published

2019-07-27

How to Cite

Hamid, A. (2019). Reflection of Modern chaos, exploitation, identity crisis and Subjective idealism: A Study of Samuel Beckett’s waiting for Godot. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH, 7(7), 12. Retrieved from https://ijellh.com/OJS/index.php/OJS/article/view/9344