Waiting For Godot

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The rope attached to Lucky creates a comedic air because ropes are rarely tied to human beings. By the same token human beings are rarely whipped, making Lucky seem more animal like than human. However, because Lucky is clearly human, the situation seems quite humorous. Pozzo yells and commands Lucky to continue carrying the heavy luggage and at one point Lucky drops the items offstage from exhaustion without a bit of sympathy from Pozzo...
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In this way, the laughter is not meant for hysterics because the scene also demonstrates human suffering and forced obedience. As the scene continues, Pozzo commands Lucky to do absurd things. For example, Pozzo demands that Lucky bring him his coat, makes sure he moves his stool to the correct spot and so on...
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