Aristotle and Godot

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He considers a drama an imitation of action, in which characters must be aimed at their goodness, propriety, veracity to life and consistency; imitations should be men in action, and these men must be class different; these characters must answer to these divisions [class division]: both the goodness and the badness...
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Also, comedy should be an imitation of characters of a lower type. Waiting for Godot agrees to Aristotle’s Unity of— Place, Action, Time, Plot, and, Universality of Plot. As a whole, Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot does coincide with Aristotelian drama. Unity of Place states that action should take place only in one place...
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