Book Review: Beckett’s Political Imagination

One of my very favourites in a long, long list of literary anecdotes is drawn from the late Dick Seaver’s posthumous memoir The Tender Hour of Twilight. Seaver more or less discovered Samuel Beckett in Paris after World War Two, at least in terms of the larger world markets, and became Beckett’s friend, editor and … Continue reading Book Review: Beckett’s Political Imagination