Malone Dies by Samuel Beckett

"Malone Dies" is a narrative that delves into the mind of an elderly man who lies in a decrepit room, slowly dying. Throughout the novel, the protagonist grapples with his impending demise, while reflecting on his past. He also creates characters and stories within his mind to cope with his solitude and despair. The novel, characterized by its stream-of-consciousness style and bleak outlook, is a profound exploration of the human condition, mortality, and the nature of existence.

The 317th greatest book of all time


Published
1951
Nationality
Irish
Type
Fiction
Pages
100-200
Words
31,000
Original Language
French

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