The word decay is often used by critics in general reference to Becketts thematic emphasis and philosophical outlook. However, this book explores the idea of decay as the fundamental core of Becketts work, dominating it thematically, linguistically and artistically. Kathryn White explores Becketts representation of physical decay, mental and spiritual deterioration and finally the idea that decay is to be found in language itself. This study explores the importance of both theme and form in Becketts work and considers whether Beckett will, in future generations, be remembered both for his representation of existence and his innovations in language.

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