A new, concise, critical biography of Samuel Beckett, one of the most innovative and influential, yet most private, literary figures of the twentieth century.
|Publisher:||Reaktion Books, Limited|
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About the Author
Andrew Gibson is professor of modern literature and theory at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is coeditor of London from Punk to Blair and the author of Joyce’s Revenge: History, Politics and Aesthetics in “Ulysses” and James Joyce, also published by Reaktion Books.