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By Andre Bernold
An enthralling and sympathetic examine of 1 of literature's such a lot opaque writers and of his pursuits in tune, philosophy, visible arts and the spoken arts.
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We were poring over the case of the case (‘There are no more cases,’ Jean Cavaillès reputedly said14), leaning on the table with our elbows like on the edge of a dried-up well and speaking in low voices, amid Japanese, German, and Australian businessmen, in the café of the international hotel whose total transformation coincided with Beckett’s hospitalization. ‘There’s no question of returning there, we’ll have to find another one,’ he said over the telephone. We did not return there, we did not look for another one, there was nothing left but the telephone, then definitive silence.
Out of the corner of my eye, I would watch people passing by, mindful of their tiredness. Sometimes I would point them out to him; he would respond with a murmur. I remember the shadow of an old man, preceded by his fingers, feeling the emptiness. We would contemplate, each man for himself, the nuances of ordinary finitude. There lay dehiscence, defeat, and unravelling. That is where it was necessary to gather up the scattered threads and to calm the trembling, with patched mesh, with delicacy.
Und not die Treue. Vorwärts aber und Rückwärts wollen wir Nicht sehn. Uns wiegen lassen, wie Auf schwankem Kahne der See. (‘Mnemosyne’, Dritte Fassung) Ripe, immersed in fire, cooked Are the fruits and on the ground examined and it is a law That everything goes inside, like snakes, Prophetic, dreaming on The hills of heaven. And much, Like on the shoulders A load of logs, Is for keeping. But evil are The paths. Decidedly astray, Like horses, go the imprisoned Elements and old Laws of the earth.
Beckett’s Friendship by Andre Bernold