Samuel Beckett's Mal Vu Mal Dit/Ill Seen Ill Said

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Samuel Beckett's Mal Vu Mal Dit/Ill Seen Ill Said

Samuel Beckett's Mal Vu Mal Dit/Ill Seen Ill Said By Samuel Beckett Samuel Beckett s Mal Vu Mal Dit Ill Seen Ill Said First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor Francis an informa company

  • Title: Samuel Beckett's Mal Vu Mal Dit/Ill Seen Ill Said
  • Author: Samuel Beckett
  • ISBN: 9780824034498
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Samuel Beckett's Mal Vu Mal Dit/Ill Seen Ill Said By Samuel Beckett First Published in 1997 Routledge is an imprint of Taylor Francis, an informa company.
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    1. Khashayar Mohammadi on said:

      Regardless of your opinion on Beckett, He s an artist that has haunted the psyche of countless writers who came after him It was my third time reading Ill Seen, Ill Said in the past few months After entering the literary world, few writers have occupied my mind as much as Beckett has and his later novellas have a lyrical allure unlike any of his early work Poetic lines that replay in your mind long after you ve closed the book.More than anything, there s a sense of claustrophobia that penetrates [...]

    2. Lee Foust on said:

      I m a huge fan of the so called Nohow On trilogy, Beckett s last three short novels of the 1980s Ill Seen Ill Said is the second and, although quite beautiful, a tad weaker than the sublime transcendence of the other two This one was written in French, which perhaps explains why it s a tad less poetically satisfying although it s still rhetorically stripped down and economical and, well, sublime, than the earlier longer novels Although those novels are also brilliant in their own ways, just fr [...]

    3. Marc on said:

      There are these meaningless symbols Twenty six of them And we put them together in units and we arrange these unit in lines We punctuate them Breathe life in them as we speak read them aloud or in our heads And they fail to capture even a quarter of the emotion, tangibility, and seeming futility of human existence But they re better than silence Mostly.This book felt like an artist s rough sketch of outlines and gestures A hint at a barren landscape and an old woman Life is harsh and either it c [...]

    4. Ronan on said:

      Generally the reader has no idea what is going on here from sentence to sentence but it doesnt really matter Made up for by some incredible and unusual use of language and a completely unique and roundabout style of exposition Ever scanter even the ranks weed , it it draws her yep two its , to vary the monotony , calm slabworn and polished by agelong comings and goings , while the eye digests it s pitance The star system fails again here because this is probably a work of genius and I give it 3 [...]

    5. Kamel Khairalla on said:

      Somtimes you feel that some writers in the 20th century , were commissioned by a greedy psychiatrist to drive thier readers into becoming depression patients Thier goal as fasionable Ivory tower intellects was to make a reader lose all hope, and feel the helplesness and lack of purpose in life obscurity, absurdity and replacing all smiles with gallows humor against all forms of existance Beckett s Ill seen , Ill said is just another example of those Nobel or no Nobel, It dosn t matter It is a bo [...]

    6. Carolyn DeCarlo on said:

      words left strong impressions on me but meaning was hard to grasp possibly due to the rate at which i read it feels like if i reread this book my rating would go up proportionate to the times i reread it and the rate at which i read portions i read aloud to myself stuck with me the most gave the most meaning parts felt extremely creepy without anything going on just literally from the feelings embedded in the words beckett chose to use this is the first book i ve read by samuel beckett, i will r [...]

    7. Mikael Kuoppala on said:

      Samuel Becket is a truly peculiar author His prose if you can even call it that is as enigmatic as the most experimental poetry, seemingly impossible to decipher and analyze Yet this stream of consciousness somehow resonates within you, conveying strong, captivating impressions and emotions Ill Seen Ill Said is trademark Becket strong, beautiful writing that haunts you and shakes you to the very core in an apparently vague but extremely effective manner.

    8. Estermann Meyer on said:

      No One moment One last Grace to breathe that void Know happiness.

    9. John on said:

      The stream of consciousness is interesting, poetic, hard to follow But emotional and satisfying.

    10. Josh on said:

      Don t get me wrong, I love Beckett But he is rarely a pleasure to read And yet I keep coming back to him over and over again Why I don t know.Maybe I m a masochist Perhaps I feel compelled by the praise that critics shower down on his work.But truthfully, I think it s because of works like this and Play Works were it s not all evident at first, but where, as you think about it for days after which you inevitably will you realize that there was some deep seated truth within yourself that s been [...]

    11. Mika Auramo on said:

      Samuel Beckettin pienoisromaanissa kertojana toimiva tarkkailija seuraa talven aikana ikkunastaan kaivolla ja haudalla k yv vanhaa eukkoa Kerronta on katkelmallista ja noudattelee monista Beckettin n ytelmist tuttua tematiikkaa V lill p st n kurkistamaan v llyjen alle, pihiseek henki viel ja n keek kertoja viel naista.On pakko my nt , ett en oikein saanut t h n tarinaan otetta, vaikka yritin l hesty sit kirjan nimen kautta Silti katkelmallisuus, symbolisuus ja kuolemanl heisyys ja j lleen tilint [...]

    12. Janne Paananen on said:

      Samuel Beckettin teos on tyylilt n runomainen luoden ennemminkin tunnetiloja kuin selkeit tapahtumia Ja varsin vahvoja tunnetiloja t m luokin haikeita, kaipaavia, synkki kin Kirja k sittelee kuoleman odottamista ja kohtaamista, eik ole sik li niit maailman helpoimpia lyhyest sivum r st huolimatta.

    13. Suvi on said:

      Modernistiseen tyyliin kirjoitettu Mieleen tulee tajunnanvirta, p henkil ei j sentele tai selvenn ajatuksiaan Tunnelmana kuolema, menetys, synkkyys Kuka on kuollut tai kuolee, sit ei selvitet Vaatii keskittymist lukemiseen, ei avaudu Minimaalisen ilmaisun takia hankala seurata.

    14. Susa on said:

      Beckett on supistanut ilmaisun aivan minimiin Kaunista kun k sitteli runomuotoisena, tyls ja paikalleen j nytt kun ajatteli tarinana T m n ymm rt minen vaatisi varmaan paljon enemm n Beckettin tuotannon lukemista.

    15. Jonathan Norton on said:

      An old woman lives in a shack The eye will return to the scene of its betrayals Was it ever over and done with questions

    16. Kevin on said:

      D j tout s emm le Choses et chim res Comme de tout temps S emm le et s annule Malgr les pr cautions.

    17. Anna on said:

      Nainen M kiss On Kuolemassa Hieno pieni romaani olemassaolon p ttymisest.

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