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|Named Person:||Samuel Beckett; Samuel Beckett; Samuel Beckett|
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|Description:||194 p. ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Preface Beckett and a Way of Thinking 1. Things to Ponder while Waiting for Godot 2. From Dada to Didi: Beckett and the Art of His Century 3. Beckett's Landscape: What There Is to Recognize 4. Beckett's Shades of the Color Gray 5. The Seated Figure on Beckett's Stage 6. Beckett's Devious Interventions, or Fun with Cube Roots 7. Beckett's-What?-Romanticism 8. Beckett's Beckett: So Many Words for Silence 9. "Traces blurs signs": Where Beckett Meets Ibsen 10. Suitcases, Sand and Dry Goods Addendum To What?: The No-Thing that Knows No Name and the Empty Envelope Blissfully Reconsidered|
|Other Titles:||10 ways of thinking about Samuel Beckett|
'Those who are still intimidated by Beckett's reputation should read Enoch Brater's witty, stimulating, brilliantly discursive reflections on his work. They'll end up finding both the writer and the