Cambridge Companion to Beckett / Edition 1by John Pilling
Pub. Date: 02/28/2013
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Thirteen introductory essays cover every aspect of Samuel Beckett's work, paying particular attention to his most famous plays (e.g. Waiting for Godot and Endgame), his prose fictions (e.g. the trilogy and Murphy), as well as his radio and television drama, theater directing and poetry.
Table of Contents
List of contributors; Preface; Chronology of Beckett's life; List of abbreviations; A note on titles; 1. An endgame in aesthetics: Beckett as essayist Rupert Wood; 2. Beckett's English fiction John Pilling; 3. Three novels and four nouvelles Paul Davies; 4. Waiting for Godot and Endgame: theatre as text Michael Worton; 5. Stages of identity: from Krapp to Play Paul Lawley; 6. Beginning again: the post-narrative art of Texts for Nothing and How It Is H. Porter Abbott; 7. The mediated Quixote: the radio and television plays and film Jonathan Kalb; 8. Dead heads: damnation-narration in the 'dramaticules' Keir Elam; 9. Disabled figures: from the Residua to Stirrings Still Andrew Renton; 10. Beckett's poems and verse translations Roger Little; 11. Beckett as director: the art of mastering failure Anna McMullan; 12. Beckett's bilingualism Ann Beer; 13. Beckett and the philosophers P. J. Murphy; Further reading; Index.
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