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See if you have enough points for this item. Sign in. Deleuze and Beckett is a collection of essays on specific aspects of the Deleuze and Beckett interface. Some of the world's leading Beckett and Deleuze specialists apply different concepts of Deleuzian philosophy to a wide range of Beckett's oeuvre, including his novels, short stories, and stage, film and television work.
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Show all. Conclusion: What Happened? Pages Koczy, Daniel. Show next xx. Do we need this book about Deleuze and Beckett? What does this connection accomplish? What new ideas does it produce? Deleuze, though only dedicating two essays to Beckett exclusively, conjured the great writer in numerous works throughout the years, especially in his publications with Felix Guattari, in order to illustrate the principles of schizoanalysis.
Samuel Beckett and Philosophy after Deleuze and Guattari
While there exists no concrete proof that Beckett ever read Deleuze, on the other hand, he was nonetheless concerned with many of the same epistemological and ontological problems as the French philosopher. This is so because each of the chapters delivers Deleuzian readings of Beckett.
He also steps into the roles of performance artist, theatre critic and savant of everyday life. Taken altogether, the book Deleuze and Beckett forwards Deleuzian sketches of Beckettian artistic events.