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  Volume 18, Number 4, November 2011

Table of Contents

Articles

Samuel Beckett: Out of the Archive: An Introduction

pp. 673-679
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Beckett and Disgust: The Body as "Laughing Matter"

pp. 681-698
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Beckett's Three Critiques: Kant's Bathos and the Irish Chandos

pp. 699-719
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Audience of Self / Audience of Reader

pp. 721-737
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"Scarcely Disfigured": Beckett's Surrealist Translations

pp. 739-753
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Samuel Beckett, Wilhelm Windelband, and the Interwar "Philosophy Notes"

pp. 755-770
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Beckett's Murphy, Gide's Les Caves du Vatican, and the "Modern" Novel

pp. 771-788
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"Primeval mud impenetrable dark": Towards an Annotation of Comment c'est/How It Is

pp. 789-800
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Modern Manuscripts and Textual Epigenetics: Samuel Beckett's Works between Completion and Incompletion

pp. 801-812
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Beckett and the Laws of Habit

pp. 814-821
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Beckett's Manuscripts in the Marketplace

pp. 823-831
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Portrait of the Artist as an Old Man

pp. 833-837
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Image

Images

pp. 839-846
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Interviews

An Interview with J. M. Coetzee

pp. 847-853
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An Interview with John Banville

pp. 855-869
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Out of the Archive

Introduction to Samuel Beckett, "The New Object"

pp. 873-877
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The New Object

pp. 878-880
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Introduction to Samuel Beckett, "Le Concentrisme" and "Jean du Chas"

p. 881
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"Le Concentrisme" and "Jean du Chas":Two Extracts

pp. 883-886
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Barbara Bray: In Her Own Words

pp. 887-897
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Review Essays

Still Telling the Old Story

pp. 899-905
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"Looking through my essuie-cul de réserve": The New Faber and Faber Beckett

pp. 907-911
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Shades of the Beckettian

pp. 913-915
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Book Reviews

Publishing Samuel Beckett (review)

pp. 917-919
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Samuel Beckett in the Literary Marketplace (review)

pp. 919-921
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Beckett and Ireland (review)

pp. 921-924
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Samuel Beckett and the Postcolonial Novel (review)

pp. 924-926
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Samuel Beckett: History, Memory, Archive (review)

pp. 926-928
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Words and Music: Camus, Beckett, Cage, Gould (review)

pp. 928-931
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Women and Ireland as Beckett's Lost Others: Beyond Mourning and Melancholia (review)

pp. 931-933
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Beckett's Masculinity (review)

pp. 933-934
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Demented Particulars: The Annotated "Murphy." (review)

pp. 935-936
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Impotence and Making in Samuel Beckett's Trilogy: "Molloy," "Malone Dies" and "The Unnamable." (review)

pp. 937-938
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Recent Books of Interest

Recent Books of Interest

pp. 939-941
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Research Areas

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