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SAMUEL BECKETT'S "FAUST" NOTES

Dirk Van Hulle
Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui
Vol. 16, Notes diverse holo: Catalogues of Beckett's reading notes and other manuscripts at Trinity College Dublin, with supporting essays (2006), pp. 283-297
Published by: Brill
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25781736
Page Count: 15
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SAMUEL BECKETT'S "FAUST" NOTES
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Abstract

This essay examines the nature of Beckett's extensive notes on Goethe's Faust and whether or not Beckett's excerpts can be regarded as part of a literary strategy. The first part will focus on the form of the notes and contrast them with contemporary reading notes by James Joyce. After this comparative genetic investigation, the content of Beckett's notes will be examined to try and assess their importance in the development of his poetics in the second half of the 1930s.

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