A Companion to Samuel Beckett

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S. E. Gontarski
John Wiley & Sons, 8 mar. 2010 - 440 páginas
A collection of original essays by a team of leading Beckett scholars and two of his biographers, Companion to Samuel Beckett provides a comprehensive critical reappraisal of the literary works of Samuel Beckett.
  • Builds on the resurgence of international Beckett scholarship since the centenary of his birth, and reflects the wealth of newly released archival sources
  • Informed by the latest in scholarly, critical, and theoretical debates
  • A valuable addition to contemporary Beckett scholarship, and testament to the enduring influence of Beckett’s work and his position as one of the most important literary figures of our time
 

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Índice

A Writers Homes A Writers Life
13
Publishing Beckett in America
23
Samuel Beckett and Waiting for Godot
32
Publishing and Producing Beckett
48
Becketts Dissonance of Ends
63
An Anatomy
73
Beckett and Philosophy
84
Adorno and Badiou
97
Poems in Personae
228
The Development of Becketts Short Prose
244
Molloy or Life without a Chambermaid
263
Postmodernist Masculinity
275
Thirteen Ways of Reading Texts
289
Endgame
296
Happy Days in the AfterBeckett
308
Becketts Production of Waiting for Godot Warten auf Godot
329

Beckett and Ethics
118
The Development of a Poetics
130
Samuel Beckett and Science
143
Becketts Mathematics in Quad
164
Beckett and Obsessional Ireland
182
Beckett in French and English
196
Beckett the Poet
211
The Seated Figure on Becketts Stage
346
The Spiral Structure of Becketts Theater
372
Beckett on Television
389
Theater and Politics
403
Index
416
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Sobre el autor (2010)

S. E. Gontarski is Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor of English at Florida State University where he edits the Journal of Beckett Studies and serves as Director of Graduate Studies. He has published extensively on the life and works of Samuel Beckett, including (with Anthony Uhlmann) Beckett after Beckett (2006), a finalist for the Theatre Library Association's George Freedley Award.

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