Samuel Beckett in Company

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  1. Pop Beckett: Intersections with Popular Culture
    €45.90
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    310 Pages
    When Samuel Beckett’s work first appeared, it was routinely described, by Adorno amongst others, as a clear example of European high culture. However, this judgement ignored an aspect of Beckett’s...
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  2. Beckett, Lacan and the Gaze

    Llewellyn Brown

    Beckett, Lacan and the Gaze

    €59.90
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    626 Pages
    Forming a pair with the voice, the gaze is a central structuring element of Samuel Beckett’s creation. And yet it takes the form of a strangely impersonal visual dimension testifying to the absence of...
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  3. Beckett’s Late Stage

    Rhys Tranter

    Beckett’s Late Stage

    Trauma, Language, and Subjectivity
    €39.90
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    246 Pages
    Beckett’s Late Stage reexamines the Nobel laureate’s post-war prose and drama in the light of contemporary trauma theory. Through a series of sustained close-readings, the study demonstrates how the...
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  4. A Theatre of Affect

    Charlotta Palmstierna Einarsson

    A Theatre of Affect

    The Corporeal Turn in Samuel Beckett’s Drama
    €39.90
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    216 Pages
    Combining phenomenological analysis with dance and performance analysis and affect theory, A Theatre of Affect: The Corporeal Turn in Samuel Beckett’s Drama takes stock of the various ways in which the...
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  5. Samuel Beckett and Contemporary Art

    David Houston Jones, Robert Reginio, Katherine Weiss

    Samuel Beckett and Contemporary Art

    €45.90
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    360 Pages
    This groundbreaking collection from scholars and artists on the legacy of Beckett in contemporary art provides readers with a unique view of this important writer for page, stage, and screen. The volume...
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  6. Beckett, Lacan and the Voice
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    470 Pages
    The voice traverses Beckett's work in its entirety, defining its space and its structure. Emanating from an indeterminate source situated outside the narrators and characters, while permeating the very...
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