Understanding Samuel Beckett
Univ of South Carolina Press, 1990 - 222 pagina's
Presents an overview of the work of Samuel Beckett. Discussing his famous as well as lesser known texts, the book shows how his characters incorporate silence in their speech to narrate their deaths. Finally it examines Stirring Still, his last text, which evokes his own imminent death.
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Early Writings 192945
Major Novels 194761
Major Theatrical Works 194861
Later Works 196189
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