In Dialogue with Godot: Waiting and Other Thoughts

In Dialogue with Godot Waiting and Other Thoughts In Dialogue with Godot Waiting and Other Thoughts Ranjan Ghosh puts together thirteen new essays on Beckett s most popular and widely read play Waiting for Godot Chapters are envisaged as dialogues

  • Title: In Dialogue with Godot: Waiting and Other Thoughts
  • Author: Ranjan Ghosh Graley Herren Mark S. Byron Mary Catanzaro Tom Cousineau Stephen Barker Paul Sheehan Art Horowitz
  • ISBN: 9780739177396
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In Dialogue with Godot Waiting and Other Thoughts, Ranjan Ghosh puts together thirteen new essays on Beckett s most popular and widely read play, Waiting for Godot Chapters are envisaged as dialogues with Godot, keeping in mind the event of waiting and other issues related to this Godot Waiting phenomenon The merit of this book lies in exploring this play from thirteenIn Dialogue with Godot Waiting and Other Thoughts, Ranjan Ghosh puts together thirteen new essays on Beckett s most popular and widely read play, Waiting for Godot Chapters are envisaged as dialogues with Godot, keeping in mind the event of waiting and other issues related to this Godot Waiting phenomenon The merit of this book lies in exploring this play from thirteen fresh perspectives introducing some important themes that have not been dealt previously Contributors explore the play in reference to topics as varied as Hindu philosophy, Agamben, Kristeva, Derrida, the absence of women in the play, Aristotleanism in structural reading, and anti existentialism Essays ask, can we make claims to read this play outside the absurd tradition Is it an anti existential play Can Beckett possibly be Indianized How can the dialectic between waiting and delay be problematized If Beckett was up to de structure conventional modes of drama writing, what connection could he possibly have with Aristotle and his normative modes Can the Vladimir Estragon relationship be critiqued psychoanalytically Can questions of political commitment be challenged anew, resisting easy propositions to considering it a Resistance play Can the Godot Resistance collocation be examined through torture the series of beatings that structures the play , through relationship the pseudo couple , and finally through language the insistent coupling of violence and meaning In Dialogue with Godot offers a refreshingly new and varied approach to Samuel Beckett s most popular play.

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