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Eliot brings about the fine distinction of this conflict and elevates Beckett to the point of necessity without deeming him supernatural, as he meets his denouement in a set of circumstances that he might have even bought upon himself. Beckett however clears the distinction that, “A Christian martyrdom is never an accident, for Saints are not made by accident.

Still less is a Christian martyrdom the effect of man’s will to become a Saint, as a man by willing and contriving may become a ruler of men” (Eliot, p. 49).

The suffering is clearly alienation as well as resisting the many temptations offered to him in order to deflect him from his mission. “The last temptation is the greatest treason: To do the right deed for the wrong reason” (Eliot, p. 44).

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