#BOOK ⛎ Not I ⚶ eBook or E-pub free

A roller coaster Everything and nothing and whatever is in between There s not much to say, really Or perhaps too much and there are not enough words Or something.I really need to see a production of Not I I need to add a voice that is not my own to all these words that seem to take you up and down and up and down till you This play proves my point that Beckett uses what novelist use stream of consciousness This, in my opinion, is what invites various clashing interpretations, offering a spacious margin to analyze, which in its turn renders the reader freer to process the play The playwright is inviting his audience into a mysterious dark place, he writes down not only the fragmented plot but depicts the discorded voices that ring in the creative mind in the heated moments of the creation, as if giving rare glimpses of this mysterious process almost a mockery of traditional clich s in stories.Moreover, the extraordinary talent Beckett shows in psychologically provoking his audience with the visual aspect, where he presents a mouth moving non stop, a frantic way in which teeth, lips and the voice harsh and bitter offer a view of a character that is not a whole but part of that character, not a story teller but part of him, namely his imagination and the clashing voices that in an almost dialogic manner back and forth, create the story. #BOOK Ý Not I ê Popular EPub, Not I Author Samuel Beckett This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Not I, Essay By Samuel Beckett Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You blahblahblah theatre of the Absurd. tiny little thing before its time godforsaken hole no love spared that speechless all her days practically speechless what who no she What the hell just happened Nerve wrecking experience still, worth it. Goosebumps I need to see this staged. Review of Beckett s play Not I Not I is like a prosaic text written via a telegram, which messages length were limited to few characters only according to the limits of the signaling medium used Kind of like this I am stop ephemeral stop blending with the universe full stop.The sentences in a very long melodramatic monologue recited by the solo character are fragmented and disjointed, as if Beckett was writing them down spontaneously without editing Not I takes place in an annihilating darkness that permeates the stage, with only the actress mouth spot litt eight feet above it.Her mouth utters jumbled sentences at a ferocious pace, telling stories of an elderly woman that are difficult to follow in a straight forward narrative sense.The actress relates fragments of memory filled with loneliness and fear, past traumas and incidents from a painful and empty life, strangely referring to herself in the third person as if to distance herself from it which explains the title , each separated with the repetition of an epiphany revealed in the first scene by which she was deeply affected, reexamining it in several different angles However she gives different clues about her background, in form of compulsive confessions, Not I mainly explores the absurd incident behind the revelation of this epiphany.What are the main themes and what interpretations can they be given in a play that evokes a emotional response than an intellectual one Many can be highlighted, related to existentialism, death, absurdity and the meaning of life What also must be noted are the various psychological ideas Beckett deals with in his plays.In his quest of questioning the reality, Beckett s uses of freudian elements of depth psychology in a literary form, in Not I as elsewhere, are simply brilliant According to J O Hara in his book Samuel Beckett s Hidden Drives structural Uses of Depth Psychology , Beckett has had the sense that life is primarily psychological.The divided self is recurrent in Beckett s texts He pushes his characters to explore aspects of their own consciousness in order to discretely uncover their psyche the elderly woman, as the title implies, seems to suffer from a fracture between the speaking subject and the real self Beckett provides few explanations about his characters behavior and motivations, leaving space to the revelation of the unconscious, characterized by Lacan as the discourse of the other. What the hell just happened I can t I don t know what to say what to write what to think I read it watched it six times still I imagine still I I don t don t know what to say this guy he was nuts Billie Whitelaw her performance just brilliant this mouth and the laugh the laugh upsetting and then you realize ah you realize the buzzing you hear it she was voiceless now she speaks disbelief acceptance epiphany disconcerting painful what scream ah what ah What Who No She Though at first, I thought I didn t make head nor tail of it, watching Billie Whitelaw s performance made me enjoy it.