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"Waiting for Godot" by Beckett
One of the most unusual parts of the play is, not surprisingly, one of the most important parts. This is Lucky's 'speech', which is given near the middle of the play. It's importance is signalled not only by its content, but by its style and structure as well. While any other line in the play is important, if for no other reason, just for being there, Lucky's speech is utterly significant. In general, the other lines are short, limiting themselves to a sentence or just a few curt words. While Lucky's speech is also one sentence, it can be considered so only becuase it has one period.…
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