The Unnamable consists entirely of a disjointed monologue from the perspective of an unnamed (presumably unnamable) and immobile protagonist. There is no concrete plot or setting – and whether the other characters (“Mahood” (formerly “Basil”) and “Worm”) actually exist or whether they are facets of the narrator himself is debatable. The protagonist also claims authorship of the main characters in the two previous novels of the Trilogy and Beckett’s earlier novels Murphy, Mercier and Camier, and Watt. The novel is….
The Unnamable (The Trilogy #3)
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