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What lesson do you think Beckett is trying to teach us in Endgame with his depiction of the lives...
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How does Beckett's construction of his metaphors reflects his own age in Endgame?
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What makes Beckett's use of metaphor so unique in Endgame?
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How is Hamm like a bad player in a chess game in Endgame?
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Is the play about the end of game or about a game of ending? Endgame
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Consider the possibility of Hamm and Clov imitating the process of departure ( Hamm dying and...
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In what way is Endgame a play by Beckett treating issues and using techniques present in his...
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Regarding Samuel Beckett’s Endgame, show how this drama represents an example of modernist...
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What is so different about Beckett's stylistic choices in relation to how he approached...
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What is in Endgame's depiction of life and the relationship of people to one another?"What it is...
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Dominant submissive pairing in Endgame- this dependency compares to what in Beckett's real life?
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Play within the play elements in 'Endgame'?I'm working on a paper about 'Endgame', and I was...
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What is part of the absurdity in drama "Endgame"?
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What are the elements of absurdity found in Samuel Beckett's 'Endgame'?
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What are the "Rules" for Endgame by Samuel Beckett?
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What line does Beckett consider most important? How does this dependency compare to Beckett's...
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What symbols would each character symbolize in a game of chess?
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Who were Nell and Nagg? What are some questions I can ask a class for a group discussion on...
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What is the structure, themes, thoughts, setting and diction of "Endgame" by Samuel...
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What is the relationship between Hamm and Clov in "Endgame"? I think they are more than...
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Where are the instances of power in Endgame, and how they relate to the themes of the story?
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What is meant by Nell's statement "Nothing is funnier than unhappiness"?
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