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Molloy by Samuel Beckett Read ✓ 0 სემუელ ბეკეტს 1906 1989 ხან უკანასკნელ მოდერნისტად მოიხსენიებენ ხანაც პირველ პოსტმოდერნისტად ნებისმიერ შემთხვევაში ბეკეტი – ჯეიმზ ჯოისთან ერთად მეოცე საუკუნის ყველაზე მნიშვნელოვანი ირლანდიელი მწერალია მოლოი – ბეკეტის ერთ ერთი სა?. I m fixing a hole where the rain gets inStops my mind from wanderingWhere it will goLennon McCartneyMolloy is a gentle soul Blithe and aimless he wanders about the rural countryside sucking stones small smooth pebbles he keeps in his pocket for just such an express purpose O Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind But one day a private investigator enters into his socially averse orbit and dogs poor Molloy s tracks relentlesslyAll this of course is autobiographicalBeckett like Molloy and John Lennon was just fixing a hole in his addled mindFor after his wartime total emotional collapse Beckett saw writing this book and so many others he penned at around that time as therapy Get it Out in the Open Sam for the Love o MikeSo he did Thus began his incredibly prolific Siege of the Room a period in which a total recluse he exorcised James Joyce s daemon The same daemon that had driven Joyce to his death blind angst ridden and incredibly infamous His final words to his broken and dying Catholic mother I WILL NOT Serve the Church probably christened its inception in his brain For it totally did her inSo before Beckett started writing he KNEW he would be famous having transcribed and edited the final version of Finnegans Wake he was famous to Bibliophile Critics and envious Authors already he made a plan He tells us this in many placesHe would REVERSE Joyce s own strategy START with long self revealing tell all novels such as this and END his career and life with terser and terser books such as Breathe the narrator s last breath you seeAnd by doing so he forecasted so much of our scary future as McLuhan says Joyce didBut in 1941 Samuel Beckett s world had imploded His employer and friend Joyce for whom he had acted as private secretary died And with Nazis crawling all over Paris what was a jobless would be writer to do but periodically escape for long foot treks across the pastoral countryside to try to forget his troublesBut Beckett had inhabited the murky subterranean landscape of Joyce s Finnegan s Wake as its editor for far too long His walks started to grow longer and ambitiously trying So in the end he was hospitalized for nervous exhaustion One wonders if the new vogue for ECT therapy played a part in his cureWartime conditions must have been deplorable and ECT in the hands of an incompetent physician even in peacetime can be a recipe for disasterAs happened to Rolling Stone magazine s famous alumnus Jonathan Cott Cott s superb memoir On the Sea of Memory describes his own personal ECT catastrophe one dark day most of his personal memories of his own life went utterly blank Like in the Jim Carrey film How he recovered most of them again over a long period of time is that book s storyWas poor Beckett s experience a minor microcosm of Cott sEarly novels like this lead us to think that Nowadays we d call it PTSD Five years later in the The Siege in the Room the great writer shut himself off entirely from the world letting his confessional creative juices replenish his drug damaged brain and wrote nonstop His life at that time must have been brutalBut Beckett also had his own spirit guides with this book First I think of Robert Walser whose Jakob von Gunten took the literary world by storm in 1909 Kafka and Hesse were astounded by it We modern North Americans have blithely forgotten itYet Jakob empty minded courteous by force of hard circumstance and serenely utterly harmless IS Molloy And so much largely subconscious pain went into both novels Beckett was to devote later works into exorcising that painNext I think primarily of his old literary mentor Dante to whom he repeatedly referred throughout his long life How many of us nowadays remember Dante s Lobster his first significant though comic work Thankfully it has now been republished by FaberAnd you know in the very first lines of Dante s Purgatorio I see a possible hint of an explanation for the lighter manner of some of Beckett s final works and photographsIt is as if the Hell of his early years and the Damnation of Fame itself was finally triumphantly behind him and he was now just another Saint Manu like Dante at lastTo run over peaceful watersThe little ship of my geniusNow hoists its sailsAnd leaves behind meA sea so cruel

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Molloy by Samuel Beckett Read ✓ 0 ??კეთესო რომანი – ფრანგულად დაიწერა და 1951 წელს გამოიცა რამდენიმე წლის შემდეგ პატრიკ ბოულზმა ავტორთან ერთად წიგნი ინგლისურად თარგმნა რომანი ორ ნაწილადაა გაყოფილი და ორი პერსონაჟის მოლოისა და ჟაკ მორანის მონათხრობისაგან შედგებაწ?. The first bottle I saw of Thousand Islands salad dressing blew my fucking mind There were a thousand islands Where I pictured a fantastically endless series of unexplored realms Some of them have villages and people who are happy to see you roast a pig sell you a ship in a bottle These are your favorite books Some even have cities if you want to talk about TolstoyBut others solitary in the distance clutched by stunted shrubs are inhospitable Dime store Charybdises swirl with hoodlum menace near their shores Feral cats hiss from the brush There are hundreds of these and perhaps a few three host buried treasure One of them is Samuel Beckett And where is the map Where the X How many skeletons will you have to chunk through Will you dig This is one of the real Thousand Islands in Ontario it s better than I ever imaginedWhat does your answer say about you Is it a good trait to dig You hear about old men who recover immense windfalls You never hear of the many who spend their lives chasing treasure and die destitute and disappointed It s called Survivor Bias you only hear the cool storiesDon t forget it s not that the civilized islands don t have treasure Many don t their tourist attractions are insipid their charms saccharine But when there is treasure they show it to you they meet you at the dock with it It s simply easier to realizeMaybe you prefer to travel wilder roads though Fuck Catcher in the Rye the Cozumel of novels Fuck Great Gatsby the Hilton Head Which first of all let me just tell you that you re boring at parties But second there s something miraculous about exploring When you do manage all by yourself to find some new cranny of the world watching the sun rise alone on some shy beach it s almost worth bragging about at a party And when there is treasure you have it all to yourself Beckett was the headmaster of the Writing as Agony school says Martin Amis On a good day he would stare at the wall for eighteen hours or so feeling entirely terrible and if he was lucky a few words like NEVER or END or NOTHING or NO WAY might brand themselves on his bleeding eyes This isn t entirely fair Beckett was capable of sentences even paragraphs Even a 90 page paragraph that comprises the entire first half of this fuckin book here which is about some knucklehead who farts One day I counted them Molloy says Three hundred and fifteen farts in nineteen hours or an average of over sixteen farts an hour After all it s not excessive Four farts every fifteen minutes It s nothing Not even one fart every four minutes Have you friend ever counted your farts Beckett agonizing about fartsThe second half features Moran the world s worst dad as he forces an enema up his kid They wander through the countryside he s looking for Molloy perhaps to interrogate him for some murky reason He s a detective An assassin Along the way he murders a guy for no real reason Molloy killed a guy too Their voices are similarly unhinged The theory goes that perhaps we ve skipped backwards Moran is young Molloy he s hunting down his future That is of course a very college seminar thing to say a very Lit Major theory and It is not at this late stage of my relation Moran tells us that I intend to give way to literature But have we Given way to literature Who knows Are we still digging

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Molloy by Samuel Beckett Read ✓ 0 ??გნი გამოცემულია მთარგმნელობითიფონდის Ireland Literature Exchange ის ფინანსური დახმარებით დუბლინი ირლანდიაwwwirelandliteraturecominfoirelandliteraturecomმთარგმნელები ზაზა ჭილაძე გია ჭუმბურიძერედაქტორი ირმა ტაველიძესერიის დიზაინერი ბესიკ დანელიადიზაინერი კახა გოგსაძე. Very interesting novel Definitely hard to read but it s worth all the while I struggled to find time to read this as there are so many other books that you don t need to repeat reading many lines because they are easier to understand However reading Beckett is like reading Joyce James The struggle makes them different It is as if they wanted to be different from all the rest They wanted to give us a memorable experience that we would never get from reading easy to understand mainstream novels Though they are not for everyone they give us readers a choice an exceptional choice because they are both exceptional postmodern novelists Molloy the novel is about Molloy a vagrant who bicycle riding man who goes around the town and meets several interesting characters The characters and the encounters are described by Beckett in sketchy kind of way that there are times in your reading when you don t know what is going on and why there has to be that character and why there has to be that event or if that event is really happening or it is just a dream you don t know However you are totally mesmerized by Beckett s writing and how he uses words and phrases that you will never ever thought of assembling if you write your own story or novel He is that genius Even if I read all Beckett novels I will never be able to duplicate his style That s for sure so I am just and will be forever a Beckett fan Molloy is also about Jacues Moran father to his son who is also named Jacues Moran is a detective and he tracks Molloy because in the course of Molloy s trip on his bicycle he commits a crime The narrative is interesting because of the twist while reading you will have the feeling that Moran is actually Molloy So the uestion that creeps into your mind is how can he find where Molloy is or how can he apprehend Molloy is he is in fact him I guess this is where the brilliance of the novel is the duality of the main character How Beckett was able to think that the two characters Molloy and Moran can be the same person and Beckett twists your mind to believe that it is possible by the way of two narratives using present tense so you will feel that they are real and you are indeed watching them rather than reading them that are totally differently told at least in style but somehow connectedI just have to give it to Beckett He is so brilliant that you just have to read on and on and gasp how could he pull off these wonderful novels Hard to read but oh well Beautiful Beautiful


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