Aspettando Godot, monologo di Lucky: analisi e significato

Analisi in inglese del monologo di Lucky di "Aspettando Godot" (Waiting for Godot) di Samuel Beckett (1 pagine formato doc)

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Waiting for Godot di Samuel Beckett.

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 communicate-aphasia 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 anthropopopometry-measure 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.

Waiting for Godot di Samuel Beckett: analisi, tematiche e caratteristiche


-miranda, she is the main character of the tempest by Shakespeare
-polonio’s monologue referred to the list of sports
-labours lost love’s labour lost by Shakespeare
-skull amlet,Conrad and Golding