Tag Archives: Samuel Beckett

Happy Days

“A marvelously constructed tragicomedy. It helps to remind us of Beckett’s skills as a portraitist—a draper of vigorous flesh on what might have resulted…

Ends and Odds

“In the realms of annihilation, the writing of Samuel Beckett rises like a Miserere from all mankind, it’s muffled minor key sounding liberation to…

Echo’s Bones

A never-before-published short story by Samuel Beckett—one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century—with an introduction and critical notes by the preeminent Beckett…

Disjecta

“[Beckett] is a serious writer with something serious to say about the human condition: and therefore one of the dozen or so writers those…