The Word of Politics/Politics of the Word: Immanence and Transdescendence in Sean O'Casey and Samuel Beckett
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A Companion to Irish Literature
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Beckett's oeuvre, the "Up the Republic!" - in Malone meurt/Malone Dies, Beckett's work, confrontation process of radical contestation - meeting its Other, an Outside-that which continuously evades any meaning, Catastrophe, politically outspoken - The Unnamable and Not I, sharing sense of urgency in a different tonality, Developments in genre and representation after 1930, O'Casey language, sign of belonging to a community - Gaelicized his name from Shawn Casey to Sean O'Casey, discovering Gaelic heritage and cause of Irish independence, O'Casey, caught up in discursive concepts - to be the very sign of political activism, O'Casey, using drama to communicateills of social circumstances - mobilizing audience to change them, Process, one of reification - within discursive language, idealist Beckett, considering any discursive strategy an avoidance of the root problem, Sean O'Casey and Samuel Beckett - enabling two fundamentally different people to meet, Word of politics/politics of word - immanence and transdescendence - in Sean O'Casey and Samuel Beckett
Wynands, Sandra, "The Word of Politics/Politics of the Word: Immanence and Transdescendence in Sean O'Casey and Samuel Beckett" (2012). All Works. 3640.
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