Wednesday August 5, 2020

Dream of Fair to Middling Women: Another side of Beckett is excavated from the vaults

The 1932 novel was written in Paris by a young author determined that it not see the light of day in his lifetime

6th June, 2020
Samuel Beckett in 1961 at the Odeon Theatre in Paris for a rehearsal of Waiting for Godot

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Dream of Fair to Middling Women

By Samuel Beckett

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