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By Charles Juliet

Un homme mène une lifestyles en apparence toute lisse. Mais un jour, soit parce qu'une déception, un revers, un deuil..., a brisé ses défenses et détruit ses appuis, soit parce qu'il éprouve le besoin de partir à l. a. recherche de lui-même, il se trouve engagé dans une errance au terme de laquelle, bien des années plus tard, après avoir parcouru un interminable chemin, il air of secrecy le sentiment de s'être découvert, d'avoir rencontré sa vérité. Cette pièce a pour thème l'aventure de l. a. quête de soi et de l. a. radicale transformation qu'elle entraîne. Cette aventure est longue, douloureuse. Au début, elle est vécue dans l. a. confusion, los angeles détresse, une angoisse extrême. Loin de tout repère, tout chemin, l'être avance à tâtons dans des contrées inconnues, désertiques, où s'enchevêtrent l. a. peur de se perdre et le désir de conquérir un accord avec soi et le monde. Contre toute attente survient pourtant l'instant décisif du lâcher-prise. L'être renonce à tout vouloir, consent à déposer les armes. C'est alors qu'il se trouve en mesure de se laisser guider et reconstruire par des forces qui vont faire de lui un être clair, unifié, apte à se tourner vers autrui.

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He also visited less well known collections or churches, such as those at Kassel, Chantilly, Hamburg, and Padua. The breadth of his knowledge extends from ancient Chaldean to modern art. His essays and allusions indicate far more than a passing familiarity with schools of art ranging from the Norwich school of English landscape painting to the German postexpressionist movement. His knowledge encompasses a variety of genres ranging from traditional oil painting, sculpture, and engraving to surrealist collage 24 ON BECKETT and modern tapestry design.

A magazine called Points, published sporadically by Sinbad Vail, the son of Peggy Guggenheim, operated out of a topfloor sublet in the same building that housed Les Editions de Minuit. It was for this magazine, for want of a better outlet, that I decided to write the piece. But before I had finished it, a new English-language magazine had sprung up, as literary mushrooms had been doing for decades in the fertile Paris soil: Merlin, run by an impressively serious, craggy-featured young Scotsman, Alexander Trocchi.

21–22. , 18. , 29–31. , 39. , 35. , 38. , 48. , 42. Charles Marowitz, “Paris Log,” Encore (March 1962), 45. The problem of textual deviation has been with Beckett from the first. As early as 9 January 1953, writing to Roger Blin about the incomplete fall of Estragon’s trousers, Beckett noted: “Soyez seulement assez gentil de le rétablir comme c’est indiqué dans le texte…” (Only be kind enough to restore it as the text indicates…). 26 For an overview of the problems of performance changes see James Knowlson, “State of Play: Performance Changes and Beckett Scholarship,” Journal of Beckett Studies (10), 109–20.

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