Malone Dies (Penguin #1691) Samuel Beckett

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Malone Dies (Penguin #1691)  by  Samuel Beckett

Malone Dies (Penguin #1691) by Samuel Beckett
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Originally written in French by the author of Waiting for Godot and here translated by him, Malone Dies is a prose-poem rather than a novel. It is the death-bed soliloquy of an old and helpless man who is tired of lie. Up to the moment of crossingMoreOriginally written in French by the author of Waiting for Godot and here translated by him, Malone Dies is a prose-poem rather than a novel.

It is the death-bed soliloquy of an old and helpless man who is tired of lie. Up to the moment of crossing the bar he amuses himself with the shreds of a few stories. Memory flickers uneasily in the ashes of a dying intellect which is concerned to tell nothing but the truth.As in William Goldings Pincher Martin, the reader is shown consciousness at several levels: but the power of Becketts writing ties in the free play of an un-anchored imagination and in a mating of words and ideas which is at times Shakespearean in suggestiveness.

(from 1962 Penguin edition cover)



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