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The Metronome of Consciousness

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Samuel Beckett's 1966 work is generally read as a prose dramatization of the experience of a consciousness near to death, and the word 'ping' itself is taken to be non-referential. This paper examines Beckett's use of 'ping' as one of a constellation of terms which, when taken together with his frequent hospitalization in the years leading up to 1966, suggest a directly referential reading.

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2010-10-01
2018-04-23

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