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Escorting the Individual from Life to Death: Existentialism and Murder in Beckett’s Molloy and Malone Dies

As someone writing on the fringes of modernism, Samuel Beckett demonstrates the movement’s influence on his fiction while simultaneously trying to transcend the movement’s constraints, to not only explore the individual mind, but to question how this mind forms its identity in relation to the outside world and whether this identity can be reconstructed through … Continue reading

Contains Cussing

Apparently the time I spent walking around my house Wednesday morning violently passing out onto various pieces of furniture, the floor, wasn’t just for recreational kicks. Mono has reappeared at my doormat with a bouquet of chrysanthemums for our one-year anniversary, even though I told her to go fuck a domesticated animal (preferably not a … Continue reading