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    In Beckett’s Waiting for Godot the characters often use dislocated, repetitious and clichedspeech primarily to: 

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    1. Rock the exaggerated dignity and wisdom of modern, self-professed intellectuals

    2. Reinforce the comic action of farcical plots

    3. Illustrate the essentially illogical, purposeless nature of the human condition

    4. Re-create the workings of the subconscious

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