Saturday, 20 May 2017

Quotes 2017 #140

"In all his novels, Samuel Beckett has traced the inventory of peculiarities pursued with fatigue and passion by larval subjects: Molloy's series of stones, Murphy's biscuits, Malone's possessions---it is always a question of drawing a small difference, a weak generality, from the repetition of elements or the organization of cases."

Deleuze, Difference and Repetition (Paul Patton trans.)