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Samuel Beckett Was Awarded The Nobel Prize For Literature InHis Literary Output Of Plays, Novels, Stories, And Poetry Has Earned Him An Uncontested Place As One Of The Greatest Writers Of Our Time Endgame, originally Written In French And Translated Into English By Beckett Himself, Is Now Considered By Many Critics To Be His Greatest Single Work A Pinnacle Of Beckett S Characteristic Raw Minimalism, It Is A Pure And Devastating Distillation Of The Human Essence In The Face Of Approaching Death Celebrity Death Match Special Endgame versus Secrets of Pawnless EndingsAn almost bare stage containing only an armchair, a table and two garbage cans The armchair is covered in a heavy drape CLOV enters right, carrying a bag, and limps slowly towards the table When he reaches it, he pulls out a chessboard and set He places the board on the table and painstakingly arranges a few pieces on it, examining the position from different angles and adjusting the pieces accordingly Finally, he moves to the armchair and removes the drape, revealing HAMM, an elderly man wearing dark glasses HAMM Well CLOV I ve set them up We can continue Rook and bishop against rook.
HAMM What do you mean CLOV It s an Endgame, right HAMM You idiot You don t understand anything, do you CLOVDefensivelyI understand as much as you do Samuel Beckett was a keen chessplayer I can well 5 1 Nature has forgotten us There s nonature Nonature You exaggerate In the vicinity But we breathe, we change We lose our hair, our teeth Our bloom Our idealsA play that reads like a poem written in a twisted dream No words Only silence is suitable after this one.
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Fin de partie Endgame a play in one act, Samuel Beckett 1906 1989 Endgame, by Samuel Beckett, is a one act play with four characters It was originally written in French entitled Fin de partie Beckett himself translated it into English The play was first performed in a French language production at the Royal Court Theatre in London, opening on 3 April 1957 It is commonly considered, along with such works as Waiting for Godot, to be among Beckett s most important works Characters Hamm unable to stand and blind Clov Hamm s servant unable to sit Taken in by Hamm as a child Nagg Hamm s father has no legs and lives in a dustbin Nell Hamm s mother has no legs and lives in a dustbin next to Nagg 1974 1392 84 1478 279 105 9786001195020 1392 20 .