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Samuel Beckett, Texts For Nothing And Other Shorter Prose 1950-1976 Quotes

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Samuel Beckett, Texts For Nothing And Other Shorter Prose 1950-1976 Quotes: "Name, no, nothing is namable, tell, no, nothing can be told, what then, I don't know, I shouldn't have begun."

Name, no, nothing is namable, tell, no, nothing can be told, what then, I don't know, I shouldn't have begun.




Samuel Beckett, Texts For Nothing And Other Shorter Prose 1950-1976 Quotes: "...nothing ever as much as begun, nothing ever but nothing and never, nothing ever but lifeless words."

...nothing ever as much as begun, nothing ever but nothing and never, nothing ever but lifeless words.



Samuel Beckett, Texts For Nothing And Other Shorter Prose 1950-1976 Quotes: "Light heat all known all white heart breath no sound."

Light heat all known all white heart breath no sound.



Samuel Beckett, Texts For Nothing And Other Shorter Prose 1950-1976 Quotes: "He sometimes halted without saying anything. Either he had finally nothing to say or while having something to say he finally decided not to say it."

He sometimes halted without saying anything. Either he had finally nothing to say or while having something to say he finally decided not to say it.