Corpus ID: 190976929

Music and language in the work of Samuel Beckett.

@inproceedings{Laws1996MusicAL,
  title={Music and language in the work of Samuel Beckett.},
  author={Catherine Laws},
  year={1996}
}
While critics, actors and directors have frequently referred to the "musicality" of the works of Samuel Beckett, nobody has really addressed the question of quite how or why such an effect is achieved. Music and Language in the Work of Samuel Beckett starts from the perception that the musical effect actually stems from Beckett's frustration with the inadequacy of words, and his consequent breakdown of conventional structures and the referential function of language. The construction of the… Expand

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