Beckett and Ireland by Seán KennedyBeckett and Ireland by Seán Kennedy

Beckett and Ireland

EditorSeán Kennedy

Hardcover | March 31, 2010

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Beckett and Ireland is the first volume of essays devoted exclusively to the topic of Beckett's vexed relationship with his homeland. It provides compelling evidence of the continuing relevance of Ireland to Beckett's writing long after he left for wartime France. Each essay is written by a leading Beckett scholar, and presents new insights into a wide range of approaches and topics. The volume offers a fresh perspective, providing a genuine step forward in the understanding and appreciation of these texts. It is essential reading for Beckettians, Modernists, and those interested in Irish writing.
Title:Beckett and IrelandFormat:HardcoverDimensions:236 pages, 8.98 × 5.98 × 0.67 inPublished:March 31, 2010Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0521111803

ISBN - 13:9780521111805

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Introduction: Ireland/Europe ... Beckett/Beckett Seán Kennedy; 1. The Ghost at the feast: Beckett and Irish studies Ronán McDonald; 2. Frames of referrance: Samuel Beckett as an Irish question David Lloyd; 3. The politics of aftermath: Beckett, modernism and the Irish Free State James McNaughton; 4. Beckett at the GPO: Murphy, Ireland, and the 'unhomely' Patrick Bixby; 5. 'In the street I was lost': cultural dislocation in Beckett's 'The End' Seán Kennedy; 6. Postcolonial parables: repositioning Waiting for Godot Victor Merriman; 7. Ghost writer: Beckett's Irish Gothic Sinéad Mooney; 8. Back roads: Edgeworth, Yeats, Bowen, Beckett Peter Boxall; 9. Vestiges of Ireland in Beckett's late fiction Michael Wood; 10. Afterword: 'the skull the skull the skull the skull in Connemara': Beckett, Ireland and elsewhere Andrew Gibson; Bibliography; Index.