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|Title:||فلسفة العبث عند بيكيت|
|Series/Report no.:||numéro 28 2017;|
|Abstract:||The Irish Samuel Beckett inspired his absurd philosophy that has its origins from the ancient Greece from numerous experiences. In which we recognize the existential worry of Hidgar, the calmness of Nitche, the disobedience of Albert Camus, and also the existential of Sartre. And His knowledge in arts and cultures was major as well. Most of the constructive elements in the irrational consist of the contradiction, opposition, the negative and the « NO »; what we find in the dramatic constituents in Beckett’s view: his characters are clowning, sarcastic in a tragic way, time and place do not exist they are existential, and a plot without a climax that goes in a vicious circle, it starts where it ends, in a silent conflict surrendered to the universal melancholy. All of this is acted in a silent language replaced by body language or a useless repeated dialogue|
|Description:||Revue Al Athar|
|Appears in Collections:||numéro 28 2017|
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