The New Samuel Beckett Studies - 
      Jean-Michel Rabate

The New Samuel Beckett Studies

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Discusses the most recent advances in the Beckett field and the new methods used to approach it.
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Forlag: Cambridge University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 280
ISBN: 9781108471855
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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Editor's introduction Jean-Michel Rabate; Part I. The Expanded Canon: 1. Digitizing Beckett Dirk van Hulle; 2. 'All the variants' Mark Nixon; 3. Beckett's letters: the edition and the corpus Daniel Gunn; 4. The evolution of Beckett's poetry Marjorie Perloff; Part II. New Contexts and Intertexts: 5. Beckett's critique of literature John Bolin; 6. Beckett, political memory, and the sense of history Emilie Morin; 7. Samuel Beckett as contemporary artist Judith Wilkinson; 8. Beckett, radio and the voice Llewellyn Brown; Part III. New Hermeneutic Codes: 9. Beckett's queer art of failure Calvin Thomas; 10. Beckett, nerve theory and literary form Ulrika Maude; 11. Beckett's disabled language Laura Salisbury; 12. Beckett and mathematics Baylee Brits; 13. Beckett's bilingual explorations Nadia Louar; 14. Waiting for Godot among the prisoners Lance Duerfahrd.
Jean-Michel Rabate, Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Pennsylvania since 1992, a curator of Slought Foundation, an editor of the Journal of Modern Literature, former President of the Samuel Beckett society, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, has authored or edited more than thirty-five books on modernism, psychoanalysis and philosophy. Recent publications include Rust (2018), Kafka L.O.L. (2018), and the edited volume After Derrida (Cambridge, 2018).