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Samuel Beckett : De L'ecriture Comme Une Autotraduction

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In the itinerary from thought to translation a translation has already taken place, with all the exercises in betrayal implied there. Perhaps, in translating our own betrayal, in betraying again, it would become possible to attain the thought in the origin. It appears that something similar takes place in Samuel Beckett's writing procedure. Each of his translations, along the whole gammut of possibilities (writing, re-writing in another language, different versions in the same language, the as a correction of the first writing, etc.), are all attempts to recover original writing, writing before writing.

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2007-11-01
2017-12-16

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