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Chaos as a mode of living in Samuel Beckett's the unnamable
(Indiana University Press, 2012)
In this article, I examine the deployment of chaos as a textual practice in Samuel Beckett's The Unnamable. My contention is that, in its endeavor to wrest chaos from the appropriative gestures of order and make room for ...
Breaking up, down and out: Anomie in Georgi Gospodinov's Natural Novel
(Modern Humanities Research Association, 2015)
This article argues that Bulgarian writer Georgi Gospodinov's Estestven Roman (Natural Novel, 1999) exposes the simultaneous precariousness of anomie, a condition associated with post-Communism, and the vital significance ...