Biblical Symbols in Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot

Biblical Symbols in Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot


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Chapter I deal with an introduction to origin of the term absurd and the writers whom deal with concept of absurd. A detail summary of the absurd play “Waiting for Godot” has been produced in this part. In addition to that, a clear and detail about the absurd playwright Samuel Beckett has been included.Chapter II deals with the main theme of the project. It elaborates two biblical symbols in the play, which was pointed out by the playwright Samuel Beckett.the first biblical symbol is the symbolism of Pozzo. The character Pozzo symbolizes the biblical character Jesus Christ. The playwright took the slavery and the scene “way to cross” from the Bible and he included in the play. The second symbol symbolized by the playwright is the symbolism of pozzo and lucky. The lucky symbolizes the biblical character Abel and pozzo symbolizes the character Cain. Here Samuel Beckett took the slavery of Abel and the murder scene of Abel then he compares to the character pozzo and lucky.Chapter III points out the third and fourth symbol of the play. The third symbol of the project is the symbolism of the tree. The tree compares to the wood, which was used to crucify the Christ

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