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Beckett and the matter of language

neologisms like the uncanny (das Unheimlich) or the undead, both of which seem to take something of their spooky quality precisely from the grammatical violation. On the uncanny, see also Thomson, Chapter 4 above. 77 Deleuze, ‘The exhausted’, Essays, p. 173. 78 Deleuze, ‘He stuttered’, Essays, p. 113.

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