Intertextualıty in Beckett's and Ağaoğlu's Work
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CitationŞahín, Elmas. (2014). Intertextuality in Beckett's and Ağaoğlu's Work. Purdue University.
In her article "Intertextuality in Beckett's and Ağaoğlu's Work" Elmas Şahín discusses Adalet Ağaoğlu's 1973 novel Ölmeye Yatmak (Lying Down to Die) and Samuel Beckett's 1950 Malone Dies in terms of intertextuality. Şahín employs tenets of comparative literature in order to analyze the two texts with regard to form and content and focuses on the on protagonists' worlds. In Şahín's interpretation, Ağaoğlu's protagonist Aysel is narrated in postmodern intertextuality as an individual of our days alienated from society, searching for her self/selves as she cannot succeed in dying. Both Beckett's and Ağaoğlu's protagonists attempt to "escape" from their selves and are alienated from the world and their environments and thus they represent postmodern narration
SourceCCLEB: Comparative Literature and Culture
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