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BECKETT, S.: Molloy (Unabridged)

    

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BECKETT, S.: Molloy (Unabridged)

Molloy was written by Samuel Beckett initially in French, only later translating it into English. It was published shortly after World War II and marked a new, mature writing style which was to dominate the remainder of his working life. Molloy is divided into two sections. In the first section, Molloy goes in search of his mother. In the second, he is pursued by Moran, an agent. Within this simple outline, spoken in the first person, is a remarkable novel raising questions of being and aloneness that marks so much of Beckett’s work, but richly comic as well. Beautifully written, it is one of the masterpieces of Irish literature. This is the world première recording. Written by a master dramatist, it is ideally suited to the audiobook medium.



Disc 1

  Molloy
1.   Part 1: I am in my mother's room 00:04:01
2.   Part 1: This time, then once more I think 00:04:37
3.   Part 1: Then each went on his way 00:06:48
4.   Part 1: But that is not, I mean my hand 00:06:10
5.   Part 1: And once again I am 00:05:53
6.   Part 1: Now of all the noises that night 00:02:34
7.   Part 1: But talking of the craving 00:08:07
8.   Part 1: In any case I didn't come to listen 00:06:06
9.   Part 1: Nevertheless I covered several miles 00:09:39
10.   Part 1: And suddenly I remembered my name 00:09:17
11.   Part 1: They were watching me 00:07:56
12.   Part 1: But I find the morning 00:05:43


Disc 2

  Molloy
1.   Part 1: And in winter, under my greatcoat 00:07:02
2.   Part 1: For I had perfected my plan 00:07:20
3.   Part 1: Someone was poking the dog 00:07:23
4.   Part 1: She ushered me into the drawing room 00:07:49
5.   Part 1: In the end it was magic 00:09:04
6.   Part 1: The next day 00:06:22
7.   Part 1: Now, with regard to the pockets 00:06:34
8.   Part 1: It was then that Lousse 00:10:58
9.   Part 1: Now as to telling you why I stayed 00:07:50
10.   Part 1: So I will only add 00:04:09


Disc 3

  Molloy
1.   Part 1: Now, with regard to my food 00:03:42
2.   Part 1: So I will confine myself 00:10:22
3.   Part 1: But I left Lousse 00:09:29
4.   Part 1: So I was able to continue on my way 00:08:38
5.   Part 1: So I set myself to this 00:10:30
6.   Part 1: So I crawled into some hole somewhere 00:02:47
7.   Part 1: I took advantage of being at the seaside 00:09:12
8.   Part 1: Good. Now I can begin to suck 00:07:34
9.   Part 1: It was a wild part of the coast 00:07:12
10.   Part 1: Let us try and get this dilemma clear 00:03:08


Disc 4

  Molloy
1.   Part 1: And another factor of desquilibrium 00:05:04
2.   Part 1: For the truth is I had other weak points 00:07:32
3.   Part 1: So I wait, jogging along 00:05:48
4.   Part 1: I had a certain number of encounters in this 00:07:34
5.   Part 1: For it was not so bad 00:05:48
6.   Part 1: This is taking a queer turn 00:05:45
7.   Part 1: But before I go on 00:08:50
8.   Part 2: Moran - It is midnight 00:03:48
9.   Part 2: A man came into the garden 00:05:18
10.   Part 2: It was too late for mass 00:06:16
11.   Part 2: I left her and went out 00:06:01
12.   Part 2: I slept a little 00:07:47


Disc 5

  Molloy
1.   Part 2: The stew was a great disappointment 00:06:11
2.   Part 2: I got up and went to the window 00:08:44
3.   Part 2: That we thought of ourselves 00:08:00
4.   Part 2: I still had a few hours left 00:07:28
5.   Part 2: I knew then about Molloy 00:07:17
6.   Part 2: It was then that the sound of a gong 00:07:02
7.   Part 2: My son came back at last 00:08:00
8.   Part 2: Before going into my son's room 00:05:50
9.   Part 2: From distance the kitchen seemed 00:04:36
10.   Part 2: My son could only embarrass me 00:06:31


Disc 6

  Molloy
1.   Part 2: The night was fine 00:03:01
2.   Part 2: In the lane having locked the wicker gate 00:04:27
3.   Part 2: It was the summer holidays 00:04:33
4.   Part 2: I have no intention of relating 00:05:46
5.   Part 2: By the Molloy country 00:05:47
6.   Part 2: All these precautions 00:06:56
7.   Part 2: One night, having finally succeeded 00:04:24
8.   Part 2: The sky was that horrible colour 00:10:12
9.   Part 2: Now tell me what you are to do 00:05:42
10.   Part 2: The day seemed very long 00:05:27
11.   Part 2: I stayed out in the air 00:07:15
12.   Part 2: It was evening 00:10:27


Disc 7

  Molloy
1.   Part 2: But I did not go far 00:03:58
2.   Part 2: So this third day wore away 00:07:59
3.   Part 2: In this way we came to Ballyba 00:07:38
4.   Part 2: That night I had a violent scene 00:03:14
5.   Part 2: I was therefore alone 00:04:31
6.   Part 2: It was evening 00:06:56
7.   Part 2: That night I set out for home 00:04:39
8.   Part 2: Certain questions of a theological nature 00:08:05
9.   Part 2: I have spoken of a voice 00:06:30
10.   Part 2: The thought of taking to the road 00:05:48
11.   Part 2: Now I may make an end 00:06:51

Total Playing Time: 08:29:12






Author(s):
Beckett, Samuel

Reader(s):
Barrett, Sean; Crowley, Dermot

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: NA729212

Barcode: 9789626342923

Physical Release: 06/2003

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