Samuel Beckett - waiting for godot - monologo lucky

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Approfondita analisi (in inglese) del monologo di lucky contenuta nella principale opera di Beckett (waiting foro Godot). Professoressa Piras, liceo scientifico Quadri (Vicenza) (1 pagine formato doc)

Waiting for Godot Waiting for Godot Lucky's Monologue Themes: -absence of god: outside time, without etension, love us with some exception(god's arbitrary love), athambia(imperturbability), aphasia(inability to speak and communicateaphasia referred to god is an oximor because god represents the verb), apathia(indifference, inability to suffer): In lucky's speech god emerges as indifferent, silent, cold, detached, insensible, deaf.
God is personal(physical,individual,like a person). He has a white beard. Beckett contests the omnipotence(time will tell, posterity will judge what god has done) of god and the sense of divine absolute justice -denigration of the progress of science: acacacademy and anthropopopometrymeasure men(absurdity), ridiculing the world of science with the association of onomatopoeic words referring to defecation -diminution of men: in spite of the progress it is established that men waste and pine -world as chaos and confusion he defines the earth as great cold and dark, he defines the four elements:earth,air,fire,water -lack of communication -there are no more values in the modern world -conception of life: life is purposeless, life is a boring routine references: -miranda, she is the main character of the tempest by Shakespeare -polonio's monologue referred to the list of sports -labours lostlove's labour lost by Shakespeare -skullhamlet,Conrad and Golding .