THE COMBINATIONS WEEK DAY 3: THE COMBINATIONS REVIEW, PART III

An exploration into the terminus of literary modernism. Continue reading THE COMBINATIONS WEEK DAY 3: THE COMBINATIONS REVIEW, PART III

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Translation Tuesdays: H, by Philippe Sollers

Along with “Ulysses” and Beckett’s “Three Novels,” “H” can take its place in the permanent avant-garde. Continue reading Translation Tuesdays: H, by Philippe Sollers

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Undoing Time: The Life and Work of Samuel Beckett, by Jennifer Birkett @ NYJB

For Jennifer Birkett, Emeritus Professor of French Studies at the University of Birmingham, Samuel Beckett thought “life was a matter of doing time, while writing was a way of undoing it.” Continue reading Undoing Time: The Life and Work of Samuel Beckett, by Jennifer Birkett @ NYJB

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CCLaP Fridays: On Being Human: The Trilogy, by Samuel Beckett

This week in the CCLaP series “On Being Human,” Karl Wolff analyses Samuel Beckett’s groundbreaking “Trilogy,” where the famed avant-garde writer sought the essence of what it is to be human by stripping away the setting, plot, and characters of three small novels in a row. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: On Being Human: The Trilogy, by Samuel Beckett

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