Molloy: A Novel Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Part I, pages 7-17, up to the sentence that starts “In any case, it can’t have amounted to much…”

The following version of this book was used to create this Lesson Plan: Beckett, Samuel . Molloy, in Molloy, Malone Dies, and The Unnamable: Three Novels by Samuel Becket. Grove Press, 1955, 1958. Paperback version.

• Molloy begins with a disoriented character trying to orient himself by describing his environment: He lives in his mother’s room now, and a man comes who “gives me money and takes away the pages. So many pages, so much money” (7).

• Molloy says that he does not “know how to work any more,” but that he would like to “speak of the things that are left, say my goodbyes, finish dying” (7).

• Molloy says that he does not work for money, but he does not know why he works; “The truth is, I don’t know much...

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