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L'imagination déraisonnante dans l'univers narratif de Samuel Beckett

Abstract : Written between 1959 and 1965, L’Image, How It Is and Imagination Dead Imagine mark a turning point in Beckett’s narrative work. Trapped into The Unnamable, he seeks new ways to carry on his experiments on the narrative voice in an attempt to disrupt the imaginative process of literary creation. This three pieces of work construct and deconstruct the narrative world, addressing the imagination of the reader in the contradictory movement of their writing.
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Charlotte Richard. L'imagination déraisonnante dans l'univers narratif de Samuel Beckett. Nouvelle Fribourg, Groupe de recherche Nouvelle Fribourg, 2016. ⟨hal-01778135⟩

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