Religious himself insisted that there always remains an “inexplicable”.The

Religiousinterpretation of the play “Waiting forGodot”: Beckett himself insisted that there always remains an”inexplicable”.

The image of Calvary (the frontal place). Calvary isthe place where the blood of the crucified Christ was shed, that is, originalsin was redeemed. This symbol is not obvious, since it is entered with the helpof the word “skull”, which many times sounds in Laki’s monologue in 1act. This means that it is possible to understand from the absurd chatter ofLucky that people still enjoy the “skull” over people, as if therewas no Atonement/redemption.

Motive of the Day of Judgment and the coming of theKingdom of God. Beckett refers to the biblical parable.The image of themessenger of God.

Vladimir hears sounds that supposedly symbolize theapproach of Godot.Waiting for Godot. Vladimir and Estragon, inessence, do not know why wait for Godot.

This indicates that they simplybelieve in his coming, believe that he is able to change their lives and givemeaning to them. Waiting for Godot is a belief in God, an attempt to find somequiet harbor in the chaos of life. Its heroes believe, it is clear to them thatthe expectation is not in vain.

This gives them the strength to live.Heroes are twins:Gogo and Didi, Lucky and Pozzo, even the boy has a brother. The first biblicalassociation arises with Noah’s ark, where there were each creature in pairs.It’s pointless to live alone, but it’s impossible to survive. More impassiveVladimir cares about impulsive Estragon, the boy cares about his sick brother,the third couple has different attitudes, but they also can not without eachother. And if there was no darkness, we would not know that there is light, andvice versa.

Atheisticinterpretation of the interpretation of the play”Waiting for Godot”Beckett’s characters are “misled by theirculture,” and the fact that they continue to be worn with “fragmentsof faith and scraps of biblical phraseology” only strengthens their agony,so all the religious symbols listed above mean only that the author considersfaith to be in vain. In this regard, it is important to mention that thecharacters behave like clowns. They look pathetic and comical, they fall offtheir clothes, they have little shoes, they constantly fall into ridiculoussituations. This becomes obvious if you look at the play.

Hence, the authorfinds the believers tragically ridiculous, since he does not ridicule them, butcauses sympathy for them.The main characters in the play “Waitingfor Godot.” Who is Godot?- Road and Tree. The road meansmovement, dynamics, the eternal path, and the tree – statics. This invinciblecontradiction of life, laid in the name. Who is Godot? “Go-dot.

We all arewaiting for something or someone, life goes on in anticipation. Each of us hashis Godot, his own dream, but human desires are contradictory, just like thepeople themselves. They want one, but for these lies completely different.Beckett’s characters want to change, but do not do anything. They want themountain itself to come to Mohammed, and not vice versa.

None of them go toGodot, although they themselves are just waiting for him to come.- Shoes. Estragon compares himself toChrist, his shoes are small, but the following are great, that is, he has acrisis of middle age, the age of Christ. Therefore, he is drawn to suicide.Waiting for Godot is a meaningless belief in agod who does not come.

The boys are his blessed messengers, who are developedat the level of the child. One of them even suffered, that is, gone mad. Beckett’s characters are trying to find, tosee signs on a tree, in the sky, in a hat, in shoes, to shake out of them someevidence, a sign.

But they come to the conclusion that “there is nothingto be done”: we must wait humbly/submissive manner.