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Samuel Beckett : history, memory, archive / edited by Seán Kennedy and Katherine Weiss
1st ed
New York : Palgrave Macmillan, c2009
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  PR6003.E282 Z8177 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989 -- Criticism and interpretation
Physical Description x, 226 p. ; 22 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [201]-214) and index
Contents Introduction: Beckett in history, memory, archive / Sean Kennedy -- Does Beckett studies require a subject? Mourning Ireland in the Texts for Nothing / Seán Kennedy -- Between gospel and prohibition: Beckett in Nazi Germany 1936-1937 / Mark Nixon -- Beckett's "Brilliant Obscurantics": Watt and the problem of propaganda / James McNaughton -- Beckett's theatre "After Auschwitz" / Jackie Blackman -- "Faintly struggling things": trauma, testimony, and inscrutable life in Beckett's The Unnamable / Alysia E. Garrison -- Samuel Beckett, the archive, and the problem of history / Robert Reginio -- Archives of the end: embodied history in Samuel Beckett's plays / Jonathan Boulter -- "Humanity in ruins": the historical body in Samuel Beckett's fiction / Katherine Weiss -- Writing relics: mapping the composition history of Beckett's Endgame / Dirk Van Hulle -- "Agnostic quietism" and Samuel Beckett's early development / Matthew Feldman
Series New interpretations of Beckett in the twenty-first century
Alternate Author Kennedy, Seán, 1974-
Weiss, Katherine

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