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Beckett's game

by Jean Yamasaki Toyama | 01 June 1991
Hardback
Rather than use theory to understand fiction, Beckett's Game uses fiction to understand criticism. Engaging and relaxed, it is an important contribution to Beckett studies, to the understanding of the postmodern novel and to theoretical research into the question of the self in language and literature. Professor Toyama presents a careful analysis of the trilogy in the light of recent critical theory, especially Derrida and Deleuze, in what may be called a poststructuralist analysis of the novels. Through her analysis she sheds light on the issues and the problems now at the center of critical controversy.
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Rather than use theory to understand fiction, Beckett's Game uses fiction to understand criticism. Engaging and relaxed, it is an important contribution to Beckett studies, to the understanding of the postmodern novel and to theoretical research into the question of the self in language and literature. Professor Toyama presents a careful analysis of the trilogy in the light of recent critical theory, especially Derrida and Deleuze, in what may be called a poststructuralist analysis of the novels. Through her analysis she sheds light on the issues and the problems now at the center of critical controversy.
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€32.20
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Eligible for free delivery
96 Reward Points

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Rather than use theory to understand fiction, Beckett's Game uses fiction to understand criticism. Engaging and relaxed, it is an important contribution to Beckett studies, to the understanding of the postmodern novel and to theoretical research into the question of the self in language and literature. Professor Toyama presents a careful analysis of the trilogy in the light of recent critical theory, especially Derrida and Deleuze, in what may be called a poststructuralist analysis of the novels. Through her analysis she sheds light on the issues and the problems now at the center of critical controversy.

Product Details

Beckett's game

ISBN9780820413983

FormatHardback

Publisher (01 June. 1991)

No. of Pages129

Weight360

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 161 x 237