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Falsifying Beckett

Author: Matthew Feldman

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The dozen essays brought together here, alongside a newly-written introduction, contextualise and exemplify the recent empirical turn in Beckett studies. Characterised, above all, by recourse to manuscript materials in constructing revisionist interpretations, this approach has helped to transform the study of Samuel Beckett over the past generation. In addition to focusing upon Beckett’s early immersion in philosophy and psychology, other chapters similarly analyse his later collaboration with the BBC through the lens of literary history. The book thus offers new readings of Beckett by returning to his archive of notebooks, letters, and drafts. In reassessing key aspects of his development as one of the 20th century’s leading artists, this collection is of interest to all students of Beckett’s writing as well as historicist scholars and critics of modernism more generally.

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Weight 472 g

Matthew Feldman


ibidem-Verlag, Jessica Haunschild u Christian Schon


Paperback / softback




152 x 212 x 18

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