A dense interior monologue, Stirrings Still was written by Beckett in 1987 and 1988, when he had become increasingly reflective about his life. It portrays, in Beckett's spare style, a "consciousness" exploring a "self," faced with uncertainties about its own existence. Stirrings Still is a spellbinding work, full of a sense of farewell.
Original title: Stirrings Still
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction