The End of the Man
by Sergey Safonov
The name Godot is pronounced in Britain and Ireland with the emphasis on the first syllable, /ËˆÉ É’doÊŠ/; in North America it is usually pronounced with an emphasis on the second syllable, /É É™ËˆdoÊŠ/.
The figure is named after a character of Samuel Beckett's play "Waiting for Godot", in which two characters, Vladimir and Estragon, wait for someone named Godot who never shows in and whos identity remain mystery.
Here's the final part of the Godot toy series - The end of the Man.
We've seen him as a boy, we've met him as an aging man, and with this release it's time to say goodbye.
The figure size is 7 by 4cm (3x1.5 in) The figure made of unglazed bisque porcelain.