GODOT’YU BEKLERKEN VE CLINTON GODSON ADLI ESERLERDE YAŞAMIN ANLAMSIZLIĞI
This article is a comparative study of Waiting for Godot (1948) by Samuel Beckett and Clinton Godson (1970) by Leyla Erbil. The first one is an absurd play; the second one is a short absurd story that the traditional forms in modern literature were rejected. In this study focused on the concepts absurdity and meaninglessness of life in Beckett’s and Erbil’s works, the endless waitings and questionings that have no solutions aside from absurd and meaningless conversations, in other words futile questionings and waitings ironically covered the both works will be discussed and evaluated in the light of the method of comparative literature.
Meaninglessness, absurd, irony, humor, postmodernism, existentialism, nihilism.