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In Fin de Partie, Hamm knows he is playing a game he is doomed to lose but the reality does not dawn on him until time starts running out and the entropy sets in. In fact, Clov's insistence on leaving stops when he is confronted with the reality that awaits him outside the box. "29 But if Clov is still unsure of what he sees (since nothing can be trusted to be what it is) Hamm's antics instill doubt in his mind that there is any life outside. " The knock forces le Lecteur to pause, perhaps reflect on his destiny, in case the narration is now becoming too mechanical.
Pilling 115. 11 Quoted by David Hesla, The Shape of Chaos: An Interpretation of the Art of Samuel Beckett (Minneapolis: The University of Minnesota Press, 1971) 226. 12 New York Times 26 Feb 1984: H5. 13 Fernand Reboul, "De Pirandello au pirandellisme," Etudes Italiannes 1 (1931): 80-97. According, to Reboul, Pirandello tries to rupture the "Solidanté ou adhérence" that individuáis establish with their worlds which make them desire more than their elemental nature needs. 10 28 base of Beckett's increasingly minimalistic art.
Just as there is a gap between present ideáis and actual reality, just as there is a gap between what we want now and what we actually receive, there is, I think, a greater gap between present existence and memories of the past. Winnie, Hamm, and Krapp, are frequently falling back on their memories of the past to sustain them ir. the present. But the characters relish that disparity even if it means self-deceit. I must add though that they cannot evade the disparity even with self-deceit. Winnie surrounds herself with objects to remind her of her past middleclass valúes: revolver, toothpaste, alarm clock.
Address terms in the service of other actions: The case of news interview talk by Steven E. Clayman