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Samuel Beckett Et La Mécanisation D'echo

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This paper wants to situate Beckett's work within the cultural context of the beginning of the twentieth century when acoustic technology was strongly linked to the art of the avant-garde. I am going to analyze the 'voice of the telephone' in and I shall accentuate the pertinence of the idea of "the discourse network of 1900" (Friedrich Kittler) regarding Beckett's work. Finally I want to show how acoustic technology appears in and in In these processes the figure of Echo has been mechanized and materialized by Beckett in our view.

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2007-11-01
2017-12-12

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