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That is how Dostoevsky presents his characters. ]10 Proust distinguishes the empirical order of events from the sequence of impressions a spectator experiences. Far from approving a misunderstanding of physical reality, he pleads for envisioning openly a complex situation without immediately reducing it to a plane of understanding whose metrics are predefined. Proust’s narrator pleads in favour of the ‘données immédiates’ (immediately given data) of his consciousness (Bergson) and criticizes a logical and geometrical stratification of his experience.
Franz Michael Maier is Privatdozent of Musicology at the Free University Berlin. He is interested in the work of Guido of Arezzo, Beethoven and Marcel Proust, and his main areas of research relate to theory of the elements of music, music in the nineteenth century, and the relation between music and literature. His book Becketts Melodien was published in 2006 (Koenigshausen and Neumann). Among his articles on Beckett and music are ‘Two Versions of Nacht und Träume: What Franz Schubert Tells Us about a Favourite Song of Beckett’ (Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui 18, 2007); ‘The Idea of Melodic Connection in Samuel Beckett’ (Journal of the American Musicological Society, 2008) and more recently ‘Samuel Beckett, les douze sons de l’Empereur Hoâng-tí et le silence de l’Empereur Mou’ which appears in the edited collection, Beckett et la musique (ed.
3 Schubert, ‘Nacht und Träume’, bars 15–19 Notes on Contributors Sara Jane Bailes is a theatre artist and Reader in Theatre and Performance Studies in the Drama Programme at the University of Sussex. Her scholarly and creative practice focuses on historical and contemporary experimental theatre making. She has directed and performed in many of Beckett’s shorter works. She publishes and lectures internationally in a variety of live and web-based contexts and mentors young theatre practitioners. Her monograph, Performance Theatre and the Poetics of Failure (Routledge), was published in 2010.
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