‘Samuel Beckett’s articulation of unceasing inner speech’ by Marco Bernini


Samuel Beckett was a voice hearer and in much if his drama “inner speech” plays an important role. In this article Dr. Marco Bernini discusses the qualities of Beckett’s voices (alien, autonomous, without a recognisable source, and having aggressive or commanding contents) and how they resonate with and sometimes even match the phenomenology of auditory verbal hallucinations (hearing voices in the absence of external stimuli). You can read the article here.

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