After Beckett - D'apres Beckett by Edited by Anthony Uhlmann, Sjef Houppermans, Bruno Clément

By Edited by Anthony Uhlmann, Sjef Houppermans, Bruno Clément

AFTER BECKETT / D’APR?S BECKETT (edited by means of Anthony Uhlmann / Sydney; Sjef Houppermans / Leiden and Bruno Cl?ment / Paris) constitutes a suite of over forty articles chosen from contributions to the Sydney Symposium of January 2003 that – as part of a world Sydney pageant – was once one of many significant occasions concerning Samuel Beckett of the decade. the 3 sections of the booklet replicate the main bright fields of study in Beckett stories this day: "Intertextuality and Theory", "Philosophy and thought" and "Textual Genesis, Contextual Genesis and Language". students from around the world partaking during this assortment testify to the sturdy and common nature of curiosity in Beckett’s paintings. AFTER BECKETT / D’APR?S BECKETT (?dit? par Anthony Uhlmann / Sydney; Sjef Houppermans / Leiden et Bruno Cl?ment / Paris) constitue une assortment de plus de forty articles pr?sentant une s?lection parmi les contributions au Colloque overseas de Sydney qui a ecu lieu en janvier 2003 dans le cadre du competition foreign de Sydney. Cette r?union a ?t? l’un des ?v?nements majeurs de ce d?but du troisi?me mill?naire pour ce qui concerne les ?tudes beckettiennes. Les trois sections du recueil refl?tent les champs d’int?r?t les plus importants de los angeles critique beckettienne actuelle: "Intertextualit? et confluence", "Philosophie et Th?orie" et "Gen?se textuelle, Gen?se contextuelle et Langage". Des universitaires du monde entier ont particip? ? ce livre et t?moignent ainsi de l’int?r?t universel et sturdy de l’?uvre de Samuel Beckett

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Juliet, Charles, Rencontre avec Samuel Beckett (Montpellier: Éditions Fata Morgana, 1986). Klein, Melanie, “Personification in the Play of Children (1929),” in Love, Guilt and Reparation and Other Works 1921-1945 (London: Karnac Books, 1992), 199-209. 37 –, “Notes on Some Schizoid Mechanisms (1946),” in Envy and Gratitude and Other Works 1946-1963 (London: Karnac Books, 1993), 124. Moorjani, Angela, Abysmal Games in the Novels of Samuel Beckett (Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1982). –, “Beckett and Psychoanalysis,” in Palgrave Advances in Samuel Beckett Studies, ed.

Gidal, Peter, “Beckett & Others & Art: A System,” in SBT/A 11, “Samuel Beckett: Endlessness in the Year 2000/Fin sans fin en l’an 2000,” ed. Angela Moorjani and Carola Veit (Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2001), 303-14. Previously published in Studio International 188 (Nov. 1974), 183-87. –, Unpublished Notes for Volcano (11 June 2003). , Samuel Beckett: Poet and Critic (Princeton: Princeton UP, 1970). Hinshelwood, R. , A Dictionary of Kleinian Thought (London: Free Association Books, 1991). Juliet, Charles, Rencontre avec Samuel Beckett (Montpellier: Éditions Fata Morgana, 1986).

1 Molloy refers (51) to “the famous fatal skin,” Balzac’s “peau de chagrin” (as in the French text, 69), the piece of shagreen or wild-ass skin which grants its owner’s every wish but shrinks accordingly, until it is nothing and its owner is dead. Like Raphaël, Molloy desperately attempts to wish for nothing, but cannot still the voices within his head. His predicament anticipates that of Malone, who seeks a realm of calm, a “great indifference” beyond the tumult (198), but is frustrated by a voice which will not leave him alone.

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