Samuel Beckett | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Valentine Cunningham

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of Samuel Beckett.
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Critical Essay by Valentine Cunningham

Who reads Beckett? As opposed, that is, to watching his stuff on stage or on television. One doubts if they are all that many…. But publishers appear to believe in the persistence of readerly interest, and in its variety; so that Beckett is made available, and to an extent surely unique among living authors, for communion—oecumenically, as it were—in a most interesting variety of kinds….

[Worstward Ho] is for the steady customers, whoever they are, the people waiting, one imagines not unkeenly, to pick up where the last published text of the master, Ill Seen, Ill Said, left them. For its part, [Disjecta: Miscellaneous Writings and a Dramatic Fragment, edited by Ruby Cohn,] will doubtless interest some of these, though probably not all of them. It consists of old and arcane things, dusted off essays...

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