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Begins a series of bilingual variorum editions of Irish writer Beckett's (1906-89) work. He wrote in both English and French, and the two versions, with their textual variants, are presented on facing pages to allow scholars to compare them and trace the evolution of each. Company was published in 1 Begins a series of bilingual variorum editions of Irish writer Beckett's (1906-89) work. He wrote in both English and French, and the two versions, with their textual variants, are presented on facing pages to allow scholars to compare them and trace the evolution of each. Company was published in 1


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Begins a series of bilingual variorum editions of Irish writer Beckett's (1906-89) work. He wrote in both English and French, and the two versions, with their textual variants, are presented on facing pages to allow scholars to compare them and trace the evolution of each. Company was published in 1 Begins a series of bilingual variorum editions of Irish writer Beckett's (1906-89) work. He wrote in both English and French, and the two versions, with their textual variants, are presented on facing pages to allow scholars to compare them and trace the evolution of each. Company was published in 1

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Jason Martin

    Company and A Piece of Monologue are perhaps the perfect final words to end Samuel Beckett's last performance in literature. Both rely on the testament of a person, ostensibly suffering (or not suffering) senesence. Spoken with the placidity of one resigned to die, Company follows the thoughts of a man on his death bed, lying in the dark, thinking about his childhood. In A Piece of Monolgue, a man's only definition of himself, his memories, begin to fade into a darkly oblivion as he recounts his Company and A Piece of Monologue are perhaps the perfect final words to end Samuel Beckett's last performance in literature. Both rely on the testament of a person, ostensibly suffering (or not suffering) senesence. Spoken with the placidity of one resigned to die, Company follows the thoughts of a man on his death bed, lying in the dark, thinking about his childhood. In A Piece of Monolgue, a man's only definition of himself, his memories, begin to fade into a darkly oblivion as he recounts his past. One of the salient phrases in Monologue: " Two and a half billion seconds hard to believe so few...". Recommended to all, especially those interested in meditations on the mental process of dying.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Doğan Hayyam

    "Devised deviser devising it all for the company." this is a masterpiece that contains the gist of everything from creation to cognition. The story is the backbone to all literature is the core form of all stories. Easily one of my favorite books. "Devised deviser devising it all for the company." this is a masterpiece that contains the gist of everything from creation to cognition. The story is the backbone to all literature is the core form of all stories. Easily one of my favorite books.

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