While reading Waiting for Godot, I noticed some some common themes between it and Death of a Salesman. One of the main connections I picked up on was hope. Godot is all about hopelessness, and how the characters have no foreseeable future, no chance that things will improve. Salesman shares these themes, but they are presented under a curtain of false hope. The characters convince themselves that they will be able to make something of themselves and have a bright future, only to have reality to set in and steal their hope away.
Because of these similarities, I thought it would be interesting to put together a conversation between Willy Loman, from Salesman and Vladimir, from Godot. I chose these two because I think they have a lot in common. Aside from the hopelessness (and even the attempts to hold onto hope, which Vladimir occasionally exhibits), they also both attempt to leave, and to escape.