Year: 1976 Source: Renascence: Essays on Value in Literature, v.28, no.2, (Winter 1976), p.105-110 SIEC No: 19902044

This article compares writers Camus’ & Beckett’s perspectives on suicide. States that both Camus & Beckett unequivocally reject suicide. Camus’ rejection represents a celebration or affirmation of life, while no such acceptance is implicit in Beckett’s resolve to go on living.