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Discover new books on Goodre. in with Facebook in options. Goodre. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Mercier Et Camier by Samuel Beckett. Fionnuala 's review Mar 28, I finished Mercier et Camier a month ago and was full of ideas for the review, some of which I scribbled in the back of the book. Then I went on a trip and the book was left behind along with the ideas. A couple of days later, I began the review of Mercier et Camier again. It seemed that the book and the review were destined to keep missing each other.

Today, I was determined to stop beating about the bush and to finally keep my appointment with Camier and Mercier, the two characters whose journey is the theme of this book. But they did set out eventually, after a few other false starts, and took a bicycle, a raincoat, an umbrella and a bag of food along with them. Any or all of these items may have been stolen because our heroes may have been thieves in a former life. As for the umbrella, it was a kind of divining rod, in the sense of a coin to toss.

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The answer is, as in the bible, not often. As for speaking parts, Mercier and Camier have quite extensive ones in this novel because it is very like a play, and not just any play, no, it is very like Waiting for Godot in that the two heroes come and go a lot, and sit around quite a bit too, philosophising. In fact, it is he who narrates the entire thing. The first line of the book says: The journey of Mercier and Camier is one I can tell, if I will, for I was with them all the time.

But he is never mentioned again! Or perhaps he is. Watt, you ask? Bondy is a real forest near Paris famous for highwaymen in the past - it is implied that the two heros themselves have been thieves in a former life. He said that he switched to French because for him, writing in French made it easier to write without style. Perhaps this was an exercise in stripping his writing down even further than he had before but perhaps it was also a recognition that French publishers were slightly more interested in his work than were English ones.

He started Mercier et Camier insoon after finishing Watt. He had spent most of the war years living in the French countryside, and Mercier et Camier reflects that; it is full of descriptions of rural areas, once the two heroes finally get clear of the city they set out from. into Goodre to see if any of your friends have read Mercier Et Camier. Reading Progress. Post a comment ». Apr 26, AM. Did you read it in French or English, Fio? I'm always interested by Beckett's claim about styleless writing in French, although I haven't read any of his French works yet so haven't really formed an opinion.

Warwick wrote: "Did you read it in French or English, Fio? I'm always interested by Beckett's claim about styleless writing in French, although I haven't read any of his French works yet The English version transposes it to the Irish countryside so I'm curious to read that one too eventually. I understand his 'styleless writing' claim as not only being about the differences between English and French as languages but about his relationship with them. If you read his very early works such as his essay on Joyce, you see that he writes quite elaborately.

Little by little, he reduces that elaborateness but he can't entirely escape it; it's part of who he is. In French, it is as if he started at zero, a position he must have loved. I'm reminded of Seasick Steve's song 'I started out with nothing This third presence found the anecdote you shared of the writing of this review echoed the false starts of the protagonists' journey most fittingly, Fionnuala.

I still have to read Beckett and thanks to this review I will know where to start if I want a funny ride, but I guess I will have to read the English version penned with style because my French is non-existent Great song, by the way…. Very enjoyable review. Dolors wrote: " Warwick wrote: "Yeah I really like the elaborate stuff! Great song, by the way.

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Apr 26, PM. Thanks for this review, Fionnuala. It reminds me of "Molloy" where too Beckett uses a bicycle and two characters who set out in search of someone. Things leaving behind, reducing in elaborateness is so Beckettian : I shall be checking this work too. Good to know that Beckett can be funny!

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On a rainy afternoon, and after having tossed my umbrella in the bathroom, I encounter this Fionnuala review in my GR feed. I proceeded to read it from head to bottom in one go, with no false starts and certainly no interruptions. For hers is a female voice who does not beat about the bush and who can also be very funny.

And Beckett is on my horizon — post July…. Rakhi wrote: "Thanks for this review, Fionnuala. It reminds me of "Molloy" where too Beckett uses a bicycle and two characters who set out in search of someone. Judy wrote: "Good to know that Beckett can be funny! I read Waiting for Godot in high school because my dad liked it.

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I didn't really get it then. A few years ago I tried Molloy. I was already depressed and worried that it might not be good for me so I put it down.

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But you inspire me so I may try him again. He meant so much to my father. Judy wrote: ". He meant so much to my father. Kalliope wrote: "On a rainy afternoon, and after having tossed my umbrella in the bathroom, I encounter this Fionnuala review in my GR feed. I proceeded to read it.

If and when you start reading Beckett, you'll enjoy this, I'm certain. And isn't the original French title hilarious 'tourner autour du pot dans les bosquets' is like beating about the bush in the bushes! Fionnuala wrote: "Kalliope wrote: "On a rainy afternoon, and after having tossed my umbrella in the bathroom, I encounter this Fionnuala review in my GR feed.

I would have preferred his original title - the French version, the English is not as 'charmant'. Fionnuala wrote: "M. I have a hardcover first printing. I never wrote a review. I had basically the same experience you related. Kalliope wrote: "I am very curious to compare the way Beckett comes across in French and English You'll want to read it in French though, as it's set in France whereas the English version is set in Ireland.

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There's a character called Conaire in both versions. That's an Irish name and when pronounced in French, it would be a curse, so he was playing around with meaning between the languages.

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