THE THEATRE OF ABSURD
Keywords:Absurdity of Language, Depression era, Harold Pinter, Reality
The theatre of Absurd depicts the universe which has lost his meaning and purpose. The dramatist of the Absurd drama finds the universe and everything in to be arbitrary, disconnected and irrelevant. In this type of Drama, dramatist asks the question what is the meaning of life and get the answer that there is a No meaning of Life.
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