- Words: 1773
- Length: 5 Pages
- Topic: Literature
- Paper #: 10557010
Creation is unending carnage, a cycle of bloodiness that must be broken, and can be broken, Hughes suggests. Death owns all, even crow's feet and beak, but despite this knowledge, rather than retreating to a room, or dreaming of a false past, like Beckett's characters, Crow wrangles with the elements in anger and incantation.
Although Beckett may not find a solution in "Endgame," Beckett is not entirely hopeless. Beckett does