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Tables of Contents for Samuel Beckett
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Acknowledgements
ix
 
Editors' Note
xi
 
Introduction
1
1
International Beckett
1
2
Theory in translation
3
7
Categorical criticism
10
13
Beckett between modernity and postmodernity
23
14
PART ONE: POLITICAL CRITICISM
37
46
Trying to Understand Endgame
39
11
Theodor W. Adorno
Beckett by Way of Baudrillard: Toward a Political Reading of Samuel Beckett's Drama
50
15
Stephen Watt
The Poetry is Another Pair of Sleeves': Beckett, Ireland and Modernist Lyric Poetry
65
18
Patricia Coughlan
PART TWO: LITERATURE/PHILOSOPHY
83
34
Molloy's Silence
85
8
Georges Bataille
Where now? Who now?
93
6
Maurice Blanchot
The Trilogy Translated
99
18
Leslie Hill
PART THREE: DECONSTRUCTION
117
38
Voice and Mechanical Reproduction: Krapp's Last Tape, Ohio Impromptu, Rockaby, That Time
119
15
Steven Connor
Dispossession
134
21
Thomas Trezise
PART FOUR: PSYCHOANALYTIC CRITICISM
155
44
Desiring-Production: The Schizo's Stroll
157
6
Gilles Deleuze
Felix Guattari
The Fictional Body: Le Depeupleur, Bing, Imagination morte imaginez
163
19
David Watson
Alone in the Accusative': Beckett's Narcissistic Echoes
182
17
Daniel Katz
PART FIVE: READER RECEPTION
199
32
The Art of Failure: The Stifled Laugh in Beckett's Theater
201
30
Wolfgang Iser
PART SIX: SEMIOTICS
231
14
Comic Strategies in Beckett's Narratives
233
12
Carla Locatelli
PART SEVEN: FEMINISM/GENDER
245
21
The Father, Love, and Banishment
247
12
Julia Kristeva
Not I: Through a Tube Starkly
259
7
Linda Ben-Zvi
Glossary
266
7
Notes on Authors
273
4
Further Reading
277
10
Index
287