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The feminist politics of the novel is also enhanced by the plotlessness, the de-individualization of the female narrators and characters, and the emphasis on cyclical time-structures and on the importance of oral history as a means of transmitting female experience from one generation to the next.
Yet it was by way of Celia that Beckett moved towards the plotlessness of Watt.
He claims that though it occurs in a prison, it magnifies in microcosm the oppression and limitations inherent to the communist state, which Havel aptly relates to the existential life situation of the individuals: The plotlessness and non-happenings of life in a prison-cell cast a new and very peculiar light on the stories and events that have happened to us before, on the outside.