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  1. Vit Babenco Vit Babenco says:

    Samuel Becket has turned me on with the very first phrase in the book The sun shone, having no alternative, on the nothing new There is no reality, only a simulacrum of reality individuals entertain themselves with bizarre occult practices and weird intellectual discourses Humanity is a well with two buckets, one going down to be filled, the other coming up to be emptied I

  2. Richard Derus Richard Derus says:

    Scintillating, superb, fractal geometry in words.Yeah, that verdict stands too.Rating 5 of fiveThe Publisher Says MURPHY, when first published in 1938, was Beckett s first novel and third work of ficiton Very Irish in the post Joycean tradition, it nevertheless was the beginning of a new form of literary expression as some discerning critics recognized at the time, drawing heav

  3. K.D. Absolutely K.D. Absolutely says:

    My very first Beckett Yesterday morning, when I finally closed this book, I was speechless This is a work of a genius.Reading the first half was a bit of a challenge though If you are not used to reading modernist or postmodernist works, there is a big chance that Beckett s writing style would discourage you Samuel Beckett 1906 1989 apprenticed with his friend and idol my other favo

  4. Ellen Ellen says:

    Thought I d review this as so few have, and this is Beckett s first, best, and funniest novel.Many people think of Beckett s characters, and they come up with something like this These post apocalyptic, hollowed out characters sitting around in the blank landscapes of Beckett s plays have been blasted to hell and back they patiently accept whatever happens to them and seem to be waiting

  5. MJ Nicholls MJ Nicholls says:

    Having started and stopped this novel for years and yonks, professing a love for Beckett s trilogy and later prose works in the interim, I wasdisposed to appreciating this first novel at the nineteenth attempt of reading To my annoyance, the lights were not switched on to the same alleluia choir as with Molloy or Malone Dies the wit, the absurd contortions of prose logic, the frequent deploym

  6. Antonomasia Antonomasia says:

    4.5 Nine years ago, I was in love with someone whose favourite book was Murphy this copy was from a second hand bookshop en route between our flats He was one of those people who never lends anything, and in any case I wouldn t have been able to read and return it in good time, as this time that year I was embarking on months of convalescence following a very severe bout of flu It was never my int

  7. Andrew Andrew says:

    I ve read this one twice, and am gearing up for another it s such a warm hug I was going back through it recently looking for something and found a list I made of words looked up while reading it Here it is, in case anyone else would find this helpful Beckett s Murphy words italics notes from 4 years later rutting cur s rejectementa rutting furrow, groove, a fixed or established mode of procedure or co

  8. Sean Blake Sean Blake says:

    Murphy is a strange, sad, melancholic and sometimes funny novel on madness, boredom, misunderstanding and isolation Murphy, our main character and isolated solipsist , stuck in a void, jobless and work shy, decides to withdraw from life away from his prostitute fiance What follows is Beckett s bleak and absurd humour on everyday life, an outlook shared by his alter ego on paper, Murphy, and his ambitious w

  9. Semjon Semjon says:

    DNF after 108 pages Unfortunately, I had no linguistic access to find favor with this novel It wasn t just my cup of tea, this tea was definitely too strong for me.

  10. Griff Hibbard-Curto Griff Hibbard-Curto says:

    Only lacking in stars because I can t earnestly say I understood everything I read I read this book over about a week and I still had to go back frequently to go look up exactly what the characters relations to each other was, andI never felt dense reading this book, however, and thanks to reading on my Kindle, often times when I looked up a word s definition it felt like I was being let in on a punchline There are s

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