Tag Archives: Martha Nussbaum

Uncommon Readers

A genuine interest in criticism is an achievement in creation. Marianne Moore In selecting the title for this post, I should point out that it in no way refers to that dreadful Alan Bennett novel, but is a term that … Continue reading

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Beckett: A Bibliography of Secondary Literature (edited 16/04/13)

My starting point for Beckett is the four-volume Grove Press Centenary edition, containing seven novels, thirty-two dramatic works, thirty poems, fifty-four stories, texts and novellas, three pieces of criticism. Though not a true Collected Works, the set forms the essential … Continue reading

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