What points of comparison and contrast do we see between "Waiting for Godot" and "Candide"?
The texts of "Candide" and "Waiting for Godot" do contrast each other in many ways; "Candide's" world is in fact the whole world, whereas in Waiting for Godot the world consists of a small stretch of road by which is a bench and a tree. Therefore one might instantly assume that the two texts, one a novella, and the other a play, are totally different. It is much easier to draw contrasts between the texts than comparisons, but there are some.
The Characterisation in both "Candide" and "Waiting for Godot" is surprisingly similar. The characters of "Candide" and Cacambo in Candide seem to hav…
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- What points of comparison and contrast do we see between "Waiting for Godot" and "Candide"?
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