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Reconstructing Beckett : language for being in Samuel Beckett's fiction /

P.J. Murphy.

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Main Author: Murphy, P. J.
Published: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1990.
Series: University of Toronto romance series, 62
Topics: Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989 - Fictional works. | Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989 - Criticism and interpretation. | Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989 - Language.
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100 10|aMurphy, P. J.|q(Peter John),|d1946-
245 10|aReconstructing Beckett :|blanguage for being in Samuel Beckett's fiction /|cP.J. Murphy.
260 0 |aToronto :|bUniversity of Toronto Press,|c1990.
300 |axvii, 216 p. ;|c24 cm.
440 0|aUniversity of Toronto romance series,|x0082-5336 ;|v62
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 |aThe art of hunger -- The rhetoric of failure in 'Texts for nothing' -- Rhetoric and the sublime in 'From an abandoned work' -- Rituals of syntax in 'How it is' -- The nature and art of love in 'Enough' -- 'Tempest of emblems': elements of allegory and naturalism in 'All strange away' and 'Imagination dead imagine' -- The nature of allegory in 'The lost ones,' or the Quincunx realistically considered/'Ping' as a 'Hierogylph of inspired perception' -- Sense and nonsense in 'Lessness' -- The rhetoric of necessity in 'Fizzles' and the 'Still' trilogy -- Shakespeare and company: Beckett's 'As you like it' -- Companion pieces: 'Ill seen Ill said as a Serena'/'Westward Ho' as a 'Sanies' -- Beckett incorporated: Fragments and wholes.
600 10|aBeckett, Samuel,|d1906-1989|xFictional works.
600 10|aBeckett, Samuel,|d1906-1989|xCriticism and interpretation.
600 10|aBeckett, Samuel,|d1906-1989|xLanguage.

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