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Le rôle et les métamorphoses des quatre éléments dans de sartre et de beckett

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This article presents a comparative analysis of the representation of the four elements in Sartre's novel and in – Beckett's first "French" novella, which was later renamed . The second part of the novella wasn't published in because of a misunderstanding; it seems that Beckett constructs the second part of his short story and especially its finale as a polemic remark to . We will see that in both texts the elements and especially water play a very important role.

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2008-12-01
2018-08-20

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