Make Sense Who May: Essays on Samuel Beckett's Later Works - Irish Literacy Studies Series 30 (Hardback)
  • Make Sense Who May: Essays on Samuel Beckett's Later Works - Irish Literacy Studies Series 30 (Hardback)

Make Sense Who May: Essays on Samuel Beckett's Later Works - Irish Literacy Studies Series 30 (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 28/06/1988
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Contents: The Difficult BirthoAn Image of Utterance in Beckett, Paul Lawley; Less equals MoreoDeveloping Ambiguity in the Drafts of "Come and Go," Rosemary Pountney; Seeing is PerceivingoBeckett's Later Plays and the Theory of Audience Response, Karen L. Laughlin; Mutations of the Soliloquy, "Not I" to "Rockaby," Andrew Kennedy; Anonymity and IndividuationoThe Interrelation of Two Linguistic Functions in "Not I" and "Rockaby," Lois Oppenheim; Walking and Rocking, Ritual Acts in "Footfalls" and "Rockaby," Mary A. Doll; Beckett's Other Trilogyo"Not I," "Footfalls" and "Rockaby," R. Thomas Stone; Perspective in "Rockaby," Jane Alison Hale; Know HappinessoIrony in "Ill Seen Ill Said," Monique Nagem; Reading "That Time," Antoni Libera; The Speech Act in Beckett's "Ohio Impromptu," Kathleen O'Gorman; "Make Sense Who May," A Study of "Catastrophe" and "What Where," Annamaria Sportelli; "Catastrophe" and Dramatic Setting, Hersh Zeifman; A Political Perspective on "Catastrophe," Robert Sandarg; The Quad PiecesoA Screen for the Unseeable, Phyllis Carey. Irish Literary Studies Series No. 30.

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780389207917

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