What is so different about Beckett's stylistic choices in relation to how he approached Endgame? Please explore the various ways Beckett's play Endgame is different from other, more traditional plays you have read. What point do you think he is trying to make with his stylistic choices?

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Beckett is famous for the existialistic themes of his most famous work, includeing Endgame and Waiting for Godot.  In other words, his characters' actions demonstrate the belief that human beings create their own fate through their own choices.  Through his works, Beckett shows that he believes that left on their own, human beings often make the wrong choices.  This is most evident in Endgame where the family choose to torment each other.

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