The second volume of Beckett's letters finds the author refining his severe style
The Letters of Samuel Beckett:
Volume 2, 1941-1956
by Samuel Beckett
$50.00 List Price
The Letters of Samuel Beckett, 1941–1956, volume 2 of a projected four-part compendium, is an endless Chinese banquet at which all but the most determined gourmands are likely to feel stuffed somewhere between the crispy pig ears and the thousand-year eggs: Some may thrill to the hairpin turns and daredevil high jinks involved in the translation of Molloy from French into English, but many with more than a glancing
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