Undiscutably a mile stone in post-war theatre, Waiting for Godot
has grealy influenced contemporary drama. Two tramps, Vladimir and
Estragon, spend the whole play waiting in vain for the arrival of
the mysterious Godot. Nothing happens. Only the arrival of Pozzo
and Lucky breaks the endless wait for Godot. Vladimir and
Estragon's ignorance, fear and desperation represent Beckett's view
of the human condition.