The Unnamable is the third novel in Becket’s trilogy, three remarkable prose works in which men of increasingly debilitating physical circumstances act, ponder, consider and rage against impermanence and the human condition. The Unnamable is without doubt the most uncompromising text and it is read here in startling fashion by Sean Barrett.
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This is one of the greatest works in the English language.
It is NOT for children or young adults though--wrong category. It's for people who love language and depth of thought. There is only one Samuel Beckett--he is truly in a class by himself. This is the last of the trilogy--read the first two first--Molloy and Malone Dies.