The Unnamable OverviewThe last installment in Samuel Beckett’s Trilogy, The Unnamable, is a philosophic novel that is comprised of a continuous monologue from the perspective of an unnamed narrator who exists in ambiguous circumstances. First published in French in 1953, and later translated into English by Beckett himself, the novel deals with themes such as the deconstruction of oppositions, the search for the self, absurdism, the problems of language, and perseverance.
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Samuel Beckett Biographies (5)
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Samuel Beckett, whose play Waiting for Godot has influenced several generations of contemporary playwrights throughout the world, is a dramatist who considers himself a much better novelist. He thinks...
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Samuel Beckett is an Irishman who has lived in France since 1938 and who has written much of his drama and fiction in French. The phenomenal success of his play En attendant Godot (1952; published in ...
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When Samuel Beckett was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature in 1969, the Swedish Academy stated that it was for "a body of work that in new forms of fiction and the theatre, has transmuted the desti...
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Samuel Beckett (1906-1989), the Irish novelist, playwright, and poet who became French by adoption, was one of the most original and important writers of the century. He won the Nobel Prize for litera...
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Biography EssaySamuel Beckett, whose play Waiting for Godot has influenced several generations of contemporary playwrights throughout the world, was a dramatist who considered himself a much better n...