"IT'S NOT MY FAULT SIR": The Child, Presence and Stage Space in Beckett's Theatre

in Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui
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This article examines the doubtful status of the Boy in as a 'character', and relates this to questions of the reduction of character as representation, the idea of being on stage as 'presence', and the relation of stage space to an off-stage. Exploring what it means for the Boy to be a child, seen as something secondary and dependent, will shed some light on these classic questions of criticism of Beckett's theatre.

Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui

A Bilingual Review / Revue Bilingue

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