In an issue of Critique from 1990 that paid homage to Samuel Beckett, and in reference to the French version of How It Is, Blanchot’s text concludes with this note:
These closing words—Temps et peine et soi soi-disant, as Beckett’s French has them—need to be read with care; ...
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