Samuel Beckett
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Krapp's Last Tape / La Dernière Bande
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Synoptic Sentence View: sentence 106

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Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 1 (MS-UoR-1227-7-7-1, p. 14r)

The grain, what do I mean by that, I mean ... (Pause.) I suppose I mean those things that will matter to me worth the recalling having 20 years xxx xxx xxx in later life when all the dust has - this when all this dust has settled.

Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 2 (MS-HRC-SB-4-2-1, p. 1r)

The grain, what dio I mean by that, I mean...(Pause.) I suppose I mean those things worth having when all the dust has - when all this dust has settled.

Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 3 (MS-HRC-SB-4-2-2, p. 2r)

The grain, what do I mean by that, I mean...(Pause.) I suppose I mean those things worth having when all the dust has - when all this my dust has settled.

Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 4 (MS-HRC-SB-4-2-3, p. 2r)

The grain, what do I mean by that, I mean...(pause hesitates)...I suppose I mean those things worth having when all the dust has - when all my dust has settled.

Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 5 (MS-HRC-SB-4-2-4, p. 3r)

The grain, now what do I mean by that, I mean...(hesitates)...I suppose I mean those things worth having when all the dust has - when all my dust has settled.

Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 6 (MS-UoR-1659, p. 3r)

The grain, now what I wonder do I mean by that, I mean...(hesitates)...I suppose I mean those things worth having when all the dust has - when all my dust has settled.

Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 7 (MS-HRC-SB-4-2-5, p. 3r)

The grain, now what I wonder do I mean by that, I mean... (hesitates)...I suppose I mean those things worth having when all the dust has - when all my dust has settled.

Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 8 (MS-HRC-SB-4-2-7, p. 5r)

The grain, now what I wonder do I mean by that, I mean...(hesitates)...I suppose I mean those things worth having when all the dust has—when all my dust has settled.

Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 9 (Faber and Faber 1959, p. 12)

The grain, now what I wonder do I mean by that, I mean...(hesitates)...I suppose I mean those things worth having when all the dust has - when all my dust has settled.

Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 10 (MS-SYR-GP-95, p. 15r)

The grain, now what I wonder do I mean by that, I mean ... (hesitates) ... I suppose I mean those things worth having when all the dust has–when all my dust has settled.

La Dernière Bande Segment 106, version 11 (MS-HRC-SB-4-2-6, p. 3r)

Le grain, voyons, je me demane demande ce que j'entends par là, j'entends...(il hésite)...je suppose que j'entends ces choses qui en vaudront encore la peine quand toute la poussière sera - quand toute ma poussière sera retombée.

La Dernière Bande Segment 106, version 12 (Les Lettres Nouvelles, p. 7)

Le grain, voyons, je me demande ce que j'entends par là, j'entends... (il hésite) ...je suppose que j'entends ces choses qui en vaudront encore la peine quand toute la poussière sera — quand toute ma poussière sera retombée.

La Dernière Bande Segment 106, version 13 (Minuit 1959, p. 15)

Le grain, voyons, je me demande ce que j'entends par là, j'entends... (il hésite) ...je suppose que j'entends ces choses qui en vaudront encore la peine quand toute la poussière sera — quand toute ma poussière sera retombée.

Krapp's Last Tape Segment 106, version 14 (MS-HRC-SB-5-4, p. 15r)

The grain, now what I wonder do I mean by that, I mean...(hesitates) ...I suppose I mean those things worth having when all the dust has - when all my dust has settled.