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  1. Summary of the poem Mother
  2. Summary of Samuel Beckett's play, Waiting for the Godot
  3. Unpredictability in mother
  4. Confusion and uncertainty in waiting for the Godot

Literature is sunk in devices with the intent to exhibit various meanings. Different readers gain different messages when deciphering the intent meant to be conveyed by the author. However, some intended messages are obvious. Interpreting Simon Armitage's poem, Mother and Samuel Beckett's play Waiting for Godot shows the obvious relation between the two works. Although the authors came to develop very different structures and story lines, the unpredictably shown in the poem mother by Simon Armitage directly correlates to the confusion and uncertainty in Samuel Beckett's play waiting for the Godot"

[...] (Armitage) By the conclusion of the poem, a statement of freedom is established, reach towards a hatch that opens on an endless sky to fall or fly.? (Armitage) Summary of Samuel Beckett's play, Waiting for the Godot Samuel Beckett's play, Waiting for Godot, reveals the story of two men waiting for a third to arrive. Vladimir and Estragon await the arrival of Godot. While waiting the duo is greeted by another pair of men. Pozzo and Lucky stop by the tree and wait with Vladimir and Estragon before leaving. [...]

[...] In summary, the play and poem of Beckett and Armitage transparently related. Despite the differing plots, the two shared a relationship. The relationship is developed through the element of unpredictability. Witnessed on a minor scale in Armitage's work, the theme is embellished in Becket's rendering. Armitage even goes on to identify Beckett's work as an inspiration. Works Cited Armitage, Simon. Mother, Any Distance Greater Than a Single Span. Bloodaxe Beckett, Samuel, Zero Mostel, and Alan Schneider. Waiting for Godot. Royal National Institute for the Blind., 1952. [...]

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