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Collected here is a series of photographs by the Irish photographer John Minihan that presents a view of Samuel Beckett that has long been missing.
The most remarkable thing about this collection of photographs of Beckett is that it exists at all, for Beckett was notoriously elusive throughout his life. When he was awarded the Novel Prize for Literature, journalists were unable to locate him for interviews and photographs; he did not even go to Stockholm to accept the prize. Minihan's photographs take a rare and intimate look i9nto the life of this intensely private man.
|Publisher:||Braziller, George Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.30(d)|
About the Author
Aidan Higgins has written short stories, novels, travel pieces, radio plays, and a large body of criticism. A consummate stylist, his writing is lush and complex. His books include Scenes from a Receding Past, Bornholm Night-Ferry, Balcony of Europe, and Langrishe,Go Down, which was adapted for television by Harold Pinter.