“Ill-Told Ill-Heard”: Aurality and Reading in

in Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui
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This paper investigates the question of aurality in Beckett's narrative and radiophonic works of the early sixties. It focuses on and its English translation , considered here as a central work in Beckett's intermedial practice of hybridisation between genres and media. At the cross-roads between a novel and a radio play, between written and spoken word, enacts the performance of the reader as a silent listener. Corporality and language overlap in the text as the novel builds up the metaphor of the human body as a medium.

“Ill-Told Ill-Heard”: Aurality and Reading in

in Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui

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