Nohow On

Nohow On Now Compiled In One Volume, These Three Novels, Which Are Among The Most Beautiful And Disquieting Of Samuel Beckett S Later Prose Works, Work Together With The Powerful Resonance Of His Famous Three Novels Molloy, Malone Dies, And The Unnamable In Company, A Voice Comes To One On His Back In The Dark And Speaks To Him Ill Seen Ill Said Focuses Attention On An Old Woman In A Cabin Who Is Part Of The Objects, Landscape, Rhythms, And Movements Of An Incomprehensible Universe And In Worstward Ho, Beckett Explores A Tentative, Uncertain Existence In A World Devoid Of Rational Meaning And Purpose Here Is Language Pared Down To Its Most Expressive, Confirming Beckett S Position As One Of The Great Writers Of Our Time.

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  • Paperback
  • 116 pages
  • Nohow On
  • Samuel Beckett
  • English
  • 24 April 2017
  • 0802134262

10 thoughts on “Nohow On

  1. says:

    Nohow on, Samuel BeckettNohow on is a collection of three prose pieces by Samuel Beckett, comprising Company, Ill Seen Ill Said, and Worstward Ho It was first published in one volume in 1989 2016 1394 80 9786001761126 20 Nohow on, Samuel B...

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    It was my first time re visiting a book less than a month after my first read but the impeccable prose of this book not only inspired, but Haunted me day by day I just HAD to go back and read the book once again Beckett s complexity takes a rather different turn in his later work the heavy, somewhat indecipherable and kinetic narrative of his earlier work is replaced instead by a heavy static His work becomescontemplative,existentialist,lonely even The kinetic energy of h It was my first time re visiting a book less than a month after my first read but the impeccable prose of this book not only inspired, but Haunted me day by day I just HAD to go back and read the book once again Beckett s complexity takes a rather different turn in his later work the heavy, somewhat indecipherable and kinetic narrative of his earlier work is replaced instead by a heavy static His work becomescontemplative,existentialist,lonely even The kinetic energy of his characters has ...

  3. says:

    I m rarely impressed by encyclopaedic novels or maximalism The truth is I don t know if we have the luxury of them or rather, we do, but for how long The success of McCarthy s The Road convinces me that I m not alone in this What will happen if there s a nuclear war, if societies break down, if schools and computers and language don t function, except for the sake of ...

  4. says:

    The spare, mesmeric beauty of Samuel Beckett s late prose is simply shattering.

  5. says:

    Most of the Beckett I have read is long overdue for a reread This one which I was ill suited for on first encounter, now in mid life, this may well be a favourite I will have to revisit it again in a month or two Whether or not B...

  6. says:

    Add a Add Never.That s now two in a row, this one and Les Gu rill res, two in a row of the taker outer variety, the paring down, the smudging out and erasing, the foreshortening variety celebrating the 0 or O better o the minimalist, the micro, the anti , the flash variety the reign of the white space and set apart paragraphs the suspicion of language that it is inadequate of the unsaid and unsaying, the leaving out, the knot saying the variety of one sitting novel Add a Add Never.That s now two in a row, this one and Les Gu rill res, two in a row of the taker outer variety, the paring down, the smudging out and erasing, the foreshortening variety celebrating the 0 or O better o the minimalist, the micro, the anti , the flash variety the reign of the white space and set apart paragraphs the...

  7. says:

    I am stuck on Beckett I can t get enough of the man When I read this, though, it made me stop and think really seriously of Beckett himself and what actually he believed to be true about life and the rest of us in his estimation Nohow On is the logical conclusion of Beckett s worldview Most shockingly, it is completely absent of humour The old Beckett is here making a horrifying statement about the human condition Language doesn t even work the same any The stripped and bared words I am stuck on Beckett I can t get enough of the man When I read this, though, it made me stop and think really seriously of Beckett himself and what actually he believed to be true about life and the rest of us in his estimation Nohow On is the logical conclusion of Beckett s worldview Most shockingly, it is completely absent of humour The old Beckett is here making a horrifying statement about the human condition Language doesn t even work the same any The stripped and bared words so typical of Beckett s fiction are clipped even further to an almost nonsense where communication is only just possible, the extreme of which is Worstword Ho where only words with one or two syllables were admitted The despair of this human be...

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