Frescoes of the Skull: The Later Prose and Drama of Samuel Beckett

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Frescoes of the Skull: The Later Prose and Drama of Samuel Beckett
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Conversion Table to American Editions xv
  • Two from the Trunk 1
  • Dream of Fair to Middling Women 3
  • Eleuthéria 23
  • Post-Trilogy Prose 39
  • Texts for Nothing 41
  • How It Is 61
  • Drama After Endgame 79
  • Krapp's Last Tape 81
  • Happy Days 93
  • Play 111
  • Come and Go 121
  • Breath 127
  • Ends and Odds in Prose 129
  • 1. The Fizzles 132
  • 2. All Strange Away 136
  • 3. Imagination Dead Imagine 145
  • 4. Enough 149
  • 5. The Lost One 156
  • 6. Ping 168
  • 7. Lessness 172
  • 8. Still, Sounds, Still 3 176
  • 9. As the Story Was Told 181
  • 10. La Falaise 184
  • 11. For to End Yet Again 186
  • Ends and Odds in Drama 193
  • 2. That Time 206
  • 3. Footfalls 220
  • 4. Theatre I 228
  • 5. Theatre 11 231
  • Poetics of Indigence 239
  • Beckett and John Millington Synge 257
  • Beckett and Kleist's Essay 'On the Marionette Theatre' 275
  • Select Bibliography 287
  • Index 289
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