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Death is a word that we know and fear but what exactly does the word death mean to you The end of life The end of time The end of hope Wellmaybe Some see Death as a messenger sent by god to take away peoples lives For some people death is the worse of the worse thing of all but for the protagonists in the plays Amadeus and Waiting for Godot death is something that they do not fear They actually want to die or use death as a tool to achieve a certain goal Although this might sound odd there is a solid logic behind it While death is a significant theme in both plays the meaning of death between the two plays variesIn the play Waiting for Godot Estragon and Vladimir were trapped in the days simply waiting for Godot Throughout the two days of the play most of the things that happened on the second day were identical to those happened on the first The days always began with Estragon coming back from the ditch and meeting Vladimir Estragon tries to take or takes off the boots Pozzo and Lucky comes in the idea of hanging themselves and leaving the Boy comes in and tell them that MrGodot cant come but will come for sure tomorrow Estragon tries to sleep and then the day is over and Estragon goes back to the ditch Their days were too boring and repetitive and they were struggling to kill time by finding something to doESTRAGON It ould have passed in any case VLADIMIR I dont know Beckette P32On both days in the play Estragon wanted to leave the country road and go somewhere else but when Vladimir reminds him that they are Waiting for Godot Estragon then changed his mind and stayed with Vladimir to wait for Godot VLADIMIR Were waiting for GodotIn addition the two bums wanted to hang themselves on both days but
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