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Le Théâtre de Valère Novarina: Une Partie Sans Fin

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Although Val?re Novarina borrows from Samuel Beckett the deconstruction of the human and the intended representation it entails, he differs from him concerning the meaning of the prevailing exhaustion. Beckett's paring down to bare essentials leads to increasing barreness and silence whereas Novarina's creation generates vital and ever expanding proliferation. Emanating from this is a mobile “identity,” a joy free of reason, a birth of worlds in a constant state of renewal. The act of becoming has regained its innocence in the very heart of language.

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