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Waiting for Godot, by Samuel Beckett; a dreadful comedy where Estragon and Vladimir wait for a person named Godot, who never shows up. This existentialist drama, which takes place in one setting, and also time, follows the activities and the conventional rules of individual existence, and doing nothing in their lives except awaiting. Beckett has already written a play where nothing happens, and just one moment is no different than the next. The play ends exactly how it begins, with two guys waiting impatiently for Godot and try to exist at the hostile and uncaring universe by their human state, e.g. they continue replicating themselves, talking crap, forgetting and looking for the answer the question: Who and where's Godot? In the paradoxical repeating of phrases, denying, and speaking of nonsense, the drama tells us the human life does not have any meaning, but in real life individuals will create distractions and diversions, attempting to form patterns and purposes and meanings to acquire meaning in their life. Through out the play form could be observed, in two acts together with the repetition of lines, actions and stage instructions. Didi and Gogo wait impatiently, but waiting induces boredom and Estragon always says вЂњLetвЂ™s goвЂќ but they do not move referring to create boredom inside and by the repetition of dialog and actions. Vladimir and Estragon always consider questions, many of which can be rhetorical or are left unanswered. Throughout the course of the play, definite unanswered questions arise: who's Godot? Which are Gogo and Didi? Who defeats Gogo? Every one of these unanswered questions reflect the rhetorical questions which individuals ask, but never get answers for within the course of their life. The many replicate of the vacant hats being handed back and forth could be s.. .