Endgame is samuel becketts terminal work if waiting for godot presents a repeating sequence of frustrated anticipation endgame imagines the moment before extinction before the lights go out and a final realization encapsulated in the plays opening line finished its finished nearly finished it must be nearly finished as . Since the first performances of waiting for godot in the early 1950s samuel beckett has become one of the most prominent authors of the twentieth century widely regarded as the last of the great modernists waiting for godot and endgame are two of his most famous plays and are taken by many to be defining dramatic representations of life in post war europe. Waiting for godot 1955 is a play written by samuel beckett which translated by himself into english from his french work en attendant godotthe play is divided into two acts the first act shows the characters of vladimir and estragon who ramble and bicker pointlessly while waiting for godot who never came. Endgame and waiting for godot of 1957 and 1953 by samuel beckett are texts that show little sign of conventional happiness of human existence instead they pursue an absurdist and nihilistic themes where humans are pictured in a hopeless and repetitive daily routine
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