Beckett's Endgame an Infinite Game of Chess Where Death Will be the Only Outcome

Why this farce, day after day? Taken in the context of the whole play, the scene also carries through the major symbols of the play. The play opens with ‘Finished, it’s finished, nearly finished, it must be nearly finished’. The word ‘finished’ is repeated throughout the play and serves to highlight the characters desire for the end. This is further driven home when Clov states ‘Something is taking its course’ the feeling that and end might come pushes to the forefront and of course later Nell dies. This is an overview of the full article on on Illumination Curated

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