by Samuel Beckett and Mark Nixon
by Samuel Beckett, James Knowlson et al.
July 5, 2014 The story, which is about a man who comes back to life, was meant to be the final piece in Samuel Beckett's first collection of stories. But his original editor refused to publish it.
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April 8, 2006 As the centenary of playwright Samuel Beckett's birth approaches, remembrances and performances of his work are under way. His influence skipped from country to country during his lifetime, and it remains profound in the world of the theater.
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