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How it is.

Auteur : Samuel Beckett
Éditeur : New York, Grove Press [1964]
Édition/format :   Print book : Fiction : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
Résumé :
"The theme may be the struggle of form to emerge from formlessness using Leopardi's sense of the world as mud (E fango è il mondo) and therefore, a kind of purgatory, as well as Dante's image of souls gulping mud in the Stygian marsh of the Inferno (Canto VII, 109-126, in Palma's translation): "Set in the slime, they say: 'We were sullen, with no pleasure in the sweet, sun-gladdened air, carrying in our souls the  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Experimental fiction
Psychological fiction
Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989.
How it is.
New York, Grove Press [1964]
(OCoLC)691056252
Type d’ouvrage : Fiction
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Samuel Beckett
Numéro OCLC : 339656
Description : 147 pages 21 cm
Autres titres : Comment c'est.
Responsabilité : Translated from the French by the author.

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"The theme may be the struggle of form to emerge from formlessness using Leopardi's sense of the world as mud (E fango è il mondo) and therefore, a kind of purgatory, as well as Dante's image of souls gulping mud in the Stygian marsh of the Inferno (Canto VII, 109-126, in Palma's translation): "Set in the slime, they say: 'We were sullen, with no pleasure in the sweet, sun-gladdened air, carrying in our souls the fumes of sloth. Now we are sullen in this black ooze' - where they hymn this in their throats with a gurgling sound because they cannot form the words down there." Dante's Belacqua and his foetal position also are referenced in How It Is and the following quotation is an example of the work's unpunctuated, dense, and poetic style: "the knees drawn up the back bent in a hoop the tiny head near the knees curled round the sack Belacqua fallen over on his side tired of waiting forgotten of the hearts where grace abides asleep." -- Wikipedia.

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