Samuel Beckett



The end is in the beginning and yet you go on: Samuel Beckett’s Lost Album

Café Beaurepaire resides snugly in a tree-lined cul-de-sac on the Rue de la Bûcherie in the fifth arrondissement. If not my favourite brasserie in Paris it is certainly up there, especially for its postcard glimpse of the Île-de-France, framed almost self-consciously through the horse-chestnut trees.

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Review Short: Astrid Lorange’s How Reading is Written: a brief index to Gertrude Stein

How Reading is Written: a brief index to Gertrude Stein by Astrid Lorange Wesleyan University Press 2014 Walter Benjamin once suggested that there were two ways in which to misinterpret the writings of Kafka: either by ‘natural’ or ‘supernatural’ explanation. …

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