Beckett Short No.11: Stirrings Still
This is a work of still beauty, it contains some of Beckett’s most memorable lines and cadences of power and original musicality.
The three parts of Samuel Beckett's last major prose work were written at intervals, for the benefit of his American publisher after he was dismissed from his company. It first appeared as a limited illustrated edition.
It conveys the author's sense of frustration at his feebleness and inability to leave his abode, but in an astonishing flight of imagination, he does just that, going in and out at will.
|Publication date||1 Jan 1999|