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Malone Dies

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Maurice Nadeau, in a brief review of Malone Meurt in the Mercure de France (March 1952, pp. 503-4) notes that, in this novel, Beckett continues his search for an indefinable “inner being” employing a “very concrete and explosive, even merry” “metaphysics” that “moves in an absolute nihilism.” Like other critics, Nadeau offers that after this, “silence” will be the only voice left to Beckett.