By Samuel Beckett
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Out of your center. CLOV My middle! HAMM a couple of phrases . . . out of your middle. [Pause. ] CLOV [fixed gaze, tonelessly, in the direction of auditorium] They stated to me, That’s love, convinced, convinced, now not a doubt, now you spot how— HAMM Articulate! CLOV [as earlier than] How effortless it really is. They acknowledged to me, That’s friendship, certain, definite, no doubt, you’ve discovered it. They stated to me, Here’s where, cease, increase your head and examine all that attractiveness. That order! They acknowledged to me, Come now, you’re now not a brute beast, imagine upon these items and you’ll see how all turns into transparent. and easy! They acknowledged to me, What expert awareness they get, a lot of these demise in their wounds. HAMM sufficient! CLOV [as prior to] I say to myself—sometimes, Clov, you want to discover ways to endure higher than that if you would like them to weary of punishing you—one day. I say to myself—sometimes, Clov, you want to be there greater than that if you'd like them to allow you to go—one day. yet i think too outdated, and too a ways, to shape new conduct. sturdy, it’ll by no means finish, I’ll by no means move. [Pause. ] Then someday, abruptly, it ends, it alterations, I don’t comprehend, it dies, or it’s me, I don’t comprehend, that both. I ask the phrases that remain—sleeping, waking, morning, night. they've got not anything to assert. [Pause. ] I open the door of the mobilephone and cross. i'm so bowed I basically see my ft, if I open my eyes, and among my legs a bit path of black dirt. I say to myself that the earth is extinguished, although I by no means observed it lit. [Pause. ] It’s effortless going. [Pause. ] whilst I fall I’ll weep for happiness. [Pause. He is going in the direction of door. ] HAMM Clov! [Clov halts, with out turning. ] not anything. [Clov strikes on. ] Clov! [Clov halts, with no turning. ] CLOV this is often what we name making an go out. HAMM I’m obliged to you, Clov. in your providers. CLOV [turning, sharply] Ah pardon, it’s i'm obliged to you. HAMM It’s we're obliged to one another. [Pause. Clov is going in the direction of door. ] something extra. [Clov halts. ] a final want. [Exit Clov. ] disguise me with the sheet. [Long pause. ] No? sturdy. [Pause. ] Me to play. [Pause. Wearily. ] previous endgame misplaced of previous, play and lose and feature performed with wasting. [Pause. extra lively. ] allow me see. [Pause. ] Ah sure! [He attempts to maneuver the chair, utilizing the gaff as prior to. input Clov, dressed for the line. Panama hat, tweed coat, raincoat over his arm, umbrella, bag. He halts by way of the door and stands there, emotionless and immobile, his eyes mounted on Hamm, until eventually the top. Hamm offers up. ] solid. [Pause. ] Discard. [He throws away the gaff, makes to throw away the puppy, thinks best of it. ] Take it effortless. [Pause. ] And now? [Pause. ] increase hat. [He increases his toque. ] Peace to our . . . arses. [Pause. ] And wear back. [He places on his toque. ] Deuce. [Pause. he's taking off his glasses. ] Wipe. [He takes out his handkerchief and, with no unfolding it, wipes his glasses. ] And wear back. [He places on his glasses, places again the handkerchief in his pocket. ] We’re coming. a couple of extra squirms like that and I’ll name. [Pause. ] a bit poetry. [Pause. ] You prayed— [Pause. He corrects himself. ] You CRIED for evening; it comes— [Pause.