Matthew Feldman

"Beckett feedback has been enormously more suitable, and infrequently chastened, by means of genetic scholarship, as this anthology... attests."―Andre Furlani, Modernism/Modernity

"This selection of essays... represents the main accomplished research of Beckett's courting to philosophy in print, how philosophical concerns, conundrums, and issues play out amid narrative intricacies. the amount is therefore either an astonishingly finished review and a sequence of special readings of the intersection among philosophical texts and Samuel Beckett's oeuvre, provided through a plurality of voices and bookended by means of an historic creation and a thematic conclusion."―S. E. Gontarski, Journal of Beckett Studies

"Helps us to think about not just how Beckett made use of philosophy yet how his personal proposal can be understood philosophically."―Anthony Uhlmann, collage of Western Sydney

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