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CORPS ET UNHEIMLICH CHEZ BECKETT

Sjef Houppermans
Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui
Vol. 17, Présence de Samuel Beckett / Presence of Samuel Beckett: Colloque de Cerisy (2006), pp. 191-206
Published by: Brill
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25781758
Page Count: 16
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Abstract

Starting from a view on the Freudian term of the 'Unheimlich' [the uncanny], we examine how this notion haunts the texts of Beckett focussing more in particular on Molloy, "l'Expulsé" and Krapp's Last Tape. En partant d'un regard sur le terme freudien d'unheimlich [étrangement familier], nous étudions comment cette notion hante les textes de Beckett. Nous examinerons plus particulièrement Molloy, "L'Expulsé", et La dernière bande.

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